Tim Tebow Hits A Home Run On His VERY First At Bat As A Pro Baseball Player! Watch!

no title

Tim Tebow may have just started playing pro baseball, but it already looks like he’s ready for the major leagues!

On Wednesday, the former quarterback hit a home run during his first at-bat as a professional player in the New York Mets instructional league!

The 29-year-old hit the homer on the first pitch he saw in the game against the St. Louis Cardinals‘ minor league team, causing fans to go crazy! (Probably a slightly smaller crowd than he’s used to├óΓé¼┬ª)

Related: Orioles Star Explains Why MLB Can’t Protest National Anthem

Though he’s one of the oldest players in the instructional league games in Florida, Tebow’s great first impression at the plate is a good sign the superstar athlete could advance through the Mets’ system at full speed.

Unfortunately, the hot streak didn’t continue for the 255-pound outfielder, who grounded out in his second at-bat… oh well! That’s still batting .500!

But since the ex-NFL champ hasn’t been playing ball since his junior year of high school in 2005, we don’t blame for being a little rusty!

Ch-ch-check out Tebow’s knock one out of the park (below)!!!

[Image via WENN.]

Sep 28, 2016 5:05pm PDT

Share This

Related Posts

More Like This