Much was made of Tim Tebow’s transition from Heisman trophy winner and college football god, to an NFL football failure turned MLB dreamer.
Tebow, who was signed by the New York Mets after holding a tryout for MLB scouts in Los Angeles a few months ago, made his instructional league debut Wednesday in a game vs St. Louis Cardinals’ such team in Port St. Lucie, Florida.
Talk about a good first impression – the 29-year-old crushed an opposite-field solo home run with the very first pitch he saw:
On his 1st Pitch as a Professional Baseball play – Tim Tebow hits a Home Run ??pic.twitter.com/5E0G7Vu6Hg
— Jamie Shaw (@JamieShaw5) September 28, 2016
— Zombie Prophet (@ZPGIFs) September 28, 2016
Tebow Time has officially hit the baseball diamond.