Tim Tebow keeps making headlines in the baseball world, this time with a fantastic display of glove work.
The former Florida quarterback, now playing for the New York Mets’ class high-A affiliate in Port St. Lucie, Fla, made an acrobatic catch in left field on Friday that robbed a hitter of a potential home run.
— Andrew McDevitt (@AMcDevittTV) July 1, 2017
Tebow isn’t playing for the Denver Broncos anymore but that certainly was a Mile High leap.
Tebow got called up to Port St. Lucie after batting .220 with 3 homers in 64 games with the Mets’ low-A affiliate. The former Heisman Trophy winner homered in his second game with the club on Wednesday.
It’s still early in his budding baseball career but Tebow Nation’s dream of seeing their hero make it to the majors could become a reality if he continues to make an impact offensively and defensively.