Tim Tebow, seemingly against everyone’s expectations, is doing quite well playing baseball.
No, he isn’t playing on Sundays and leading teams to playoff wins, but it could be that Tebow is currently having a better stretch on the diamond than he ever did on the gridiron.
Tebow, who blasted a walk-off home run for the Class A St. Lucie Mets Thursday night night against the Daytona Tortugas, now has a hit in 11 straight ball games.
He never threw 11 straight completions in the NFL.
The streak has gotten Tebow to .327 batting average, aided by three home runs and 16 RBI’s since being promoted last month.