Well if you haven't heard already Tim Tebow is back in the world of sports news but it's not for his known spread offense type quarterback style but for baseball? He really hasn't been with a NFL team since like 2013 but apparently the Mets have signed them... jury is still out if the Mets will ever make a good decision or not... but he hit a homerun yesterday at his fjrst at bat pitch. He did play baseball many years ago. His junior year at high school which coincidentally I also played baseball my junior year which compared to was only a few years ago rather than +10 years ago (he's 29). So whats your thoughts on this? Will he fail at yet another sport? Or will he just be good enough for the Mets?
He actually hit his first home run today with the minor league team. Haha.
Anyway, he was a talented baseball player in high school, but those years are far behind him. He's still relatively young and he does have some remaining baseball talent left, but from what I've heard, that talent isn't good enough to make a major league roster, whether it be with the Mets or anyone else.
We're leading the wild card race right now and we don't need someone like him spoiling our chances. Lol.
He's a hell of an athlete, but I don't think he's talented enough in any one sport to make it in the big leagues. He couldn't make it at football, I don't think baseball will be any different. And he's getting pretty old to start fresh in the sports world.