Tim Tebow is entering his second season as a baseball player after he exchanged the gridiron for the diamond.
The Mets prospect who faired better than most expected during minor league play in 2017, suited up for the team Friday for their spring training game, stepping to the plate again Max Scherzer.
It went how you might have expected.
The three-time Cy Young award winner made quick work of Tebow, needing only 3 pitches and 49 seconds to rack up the K.
Tebow v. Scherzer lasted 49 seconds. 3-pitch strikeout. pic.twitter.com/sMjMy88DOe
— Matt Ehalt (@MattEhalt) March 2, 2018