The New York Mets minor league player Tim Tebow is making headlines again for his baseball efforts.
He is expected to make an announcement on Feb. 27th at a press conference referencing his possible participation in the Grapefruit League games which started this past Friday, according to the New York Daily News. And lets just say his attempts are arguably falling below the Heisman trophy winning standards set by the former quarterback during his football playing days.
How long will Tebow’s baseball experiment last? Critical commentary from people like ESPN’s Keith Law has been less than ideal.
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Tebow has made it abundantly clear that he isn’t the least bit concerned about what critics have to say. Their voices hold very little weight and space among Met leadership as well, who seemed to have decided to give the Mets’ outfielder an opportunity to show off his talent at this year’s grapefruit league, even after Tebow’s allegedly poor showing at the Arizona league game last year.
The spring training camp is considered to be a pivotal marker in the Major League baseball pre-season. So, it is likely that the Mets will bring him over for “some…exposure,” New York Daily News reported.
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