Tim Tebow has done it again.
For the second time this season, he’s slammed a three-run homer.
During his first at-bat of the season, Tebow hit a three-run homer, that couldn’t have started off his baseball season more perfectly.
The former NFL quarterback is now a minor league baseball player for the Mets’ Double AA team, the Rumbles Ponies. They are based out of Binghamton, and yes, that is their real name.
And it’s gone!@TimTebow rewards the fans who stuck around with a 3 run 💣!
— Rumble Ponies (@RumblePoniesBB) May 4, 2018
Earlier in the season Tebow hit another three-run home run that made fans go wild.
First pitch and it’s GONE! @TimTebow goes deep in his first Double-AA at bat!
— Rumble Ponies (@RumblePoniesBB) April 5, 2018
Tebow continues to impress the minors and keep his fans impressed at the same time. The ex-NFL quarterback has also gotten renewed interest from the new AFL league that will be playing out fo Orlando, Florida.
Steve Spurrier, the head coach of the Orlando franchise in the Alliance of American Football, sounds interested in adding Tebow to his new roster. The team does not have any platers yet, as it has just begun, but they are starting to look at potential players.
When asked about it on the Open Mike radio show last week, Spurrier voiced his enthusiasm about having Tebow back out on the football field.
“That would be wonderful. I think Tim knows about our league. He knows he’s welcome to come down [to Orlando] and play. Obviously, if his baseball career is going well, he may decide to stick with it, which I would certainly understand. But if it doesn’t go too well and he has the urge to play football, we would certainly welcome him in Orlando,” Spurrier told the Open Mike hosts.
No one knows what is next for Tebow, but one thing is for sure: whatever it is he will probably be good at it.