New York Mets Invite Tim Tebow To Spring Training

With Tebow’s first full season of minor league baseball in the books, he rejoined ESPN for college football season. Now that the college football season is over, we’re looking forward to seeing Tebow back in a baseball uniform.

Last season in 126 games across two levels, Tebow hit .226 while smacking eight home runs and driving in 52 runs.

With a full minor league season under his belt, Tebow should be able to find more success this season. He’ll get the chance after this announcement from the Mets.