Many people have criticized Tim Tebow since the former Florida quarterback decided to begin a professional baseball career.
Add ESPN’s Keith Law to that list.
On Friday, Law wrote a story that says Tebow, who signed with the New York Mets and is now playing for the Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League, doesn’t belong in pro baseball.
“His presence here is a farce, and he looks like an imposter pretending to have talent he does not possess,” Law writes in the piece. “Tebow the baseball player is not a baseball player; he’s a washed-up quarterback who has size and nothing else.”
Tebow is 0-for-9 in three games with the Scorpions, with a pair of walks, an RBI and a run scored. However, he did comfort a fan who had a seizure and showed maximum effort by running face first into a wall.