Published: Tue, February 20, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

New York Mets manager thinks Tim Tebow will play in major leagues

New York Mets manager thinks Tim Tebow will play in major leagues

Tebow, 30, is in major league spring training with the Mets in Port St. Lucie, Fla., which was eye-opening in itself, until comments Sunday from general manager Sandy Alderson further raised eyebrows.

Still, his stint with the Mets is seemingly mostly for publicity (though his baseball stats are certainly impressive for someone who hasn't played since high school), so it's possible he could see some MLB action at some point. "That's my guess, that's my hope, and to some extent now after a year and a half, a modest expectation". "He's been super for us the first year-plus".

"He's dedicated himself to improving", Alderson said.

These expectations echo the sentiments that Tebow shared, as he said that he expects to make his way to the majors. "Spent a lot of time in the offseason working with hitting coaches and so forth". Previous year he went 4 for 27 (.148) with one walk and eight strikeouts in nine spring games. "We thought he would best benefit from being in a major league camp".

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Tebow spent 2017 between the St. Lucie Mets of the Class A Advanced Florida State League and the Columbia Fireflies of the Class A South Atlantic League. A former Heisman Trophy victor and two-time national champion at Florida, he reached the NFL and threw an overtime TD pass for Denver to beat Pittsburgh in the playoffs. He was asked about Alderson's prediction.

"My goal isn't about what's going to happen one day", Tebow said.

Former NFL Quarterback turned baseball player Tim Tebow may be starting his second year in professional baseball in the Parlor City. "My goal is to focus on this day. and working as hard as I can".

"ESPN has been an awesome partner and knows how much I love what I'm doing".

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Makes sense. The alternative would be for Harper to give the same canned "I'm only focused on our next game" responses in front of his locker 150 times this summer, and that doesn't serve anyone.

"This experiment, if you will, is not gonna last forever", Alderson said, via SNY. And I think one of the important things about being an athlete is being able to lock in and have tunnel vision.

Reporters covering the Nationals who are curious as to how Harper feels about his current team at any given time would be better served just observing and inferring, with particular attention paid to how Harper and his teammates view the Nats' competitive position as the season goes on, how they react to trades and stuff like that.

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