Tim Tebow, yes the Heisman winner, arguably the greatest college QB of all time, and for lack of better terms, relative NFL failure, wants to play major league baseball.
The former Broncos, Jet, Patriot and most recently Eagle, announced though his agents Tuesday morning that he will currently forgo his analyst job to take up baseball, a sport which he last played in highschool.
Tebow isn’t just focused on the minor leagues – he wants to make it to the bigs. Tebow will host a workout soon to which every MLB team is invited to attended.
Former big league catcher Chad Moeller has been working with Tebow over the past few months to revive, per say, his baseball talent, to which Tebow has gone on record saying is better than that of football in his mind. Tebow was an all-state outfielder won a state championship in high school and battered .494 during his career.
— Chad Moeller (@ChadMoellerMLB) August 9, 2016
An independent league team has already offered Tebow a contract to come play with the team. Mariners Single-A minor league affiliate, the Bakersfield Blaze have told reporters, “We are definitely interested in Tim Tebow.”