The Charleston RiverDogs hosted Tim Tebow and the Columbia Fireflies over the weekend for a three-game series.
The two Single-A squads must have had some animosity toward each other because the RiverDogs didn't show much hospitality to the visiting Fireflies.
On the jumbotron, the RiverDogs made sure to remind fans and the media that most players in the lineup aren't Tim Tebow.
The jumbotron read "Not Tim Tebow" for every player stepping to bat that was, you guessed it, not Tim Tebow. To troll Tebow and the Fireflies even more, the RiverDogs added a crying Tebow from his college years in Florida as the backdrop on the jumbotron.
The RiverDogs' mascot also wore Tebow's famous eye black with the Bible verse John 3:16.
Undoubtedly, the RiverDogs did this to mock the beaten-to-a-pulp media coverage of Tebow, but it didn't seem to work, because here we are talking about Tebow again.
And whether the RiverDogs want to admit it or not, Tebow brought in the most fans they've had all season.
From a competitive standpoint, though, the RiverDogs made out pretty well, winning the series 2-1 and halting Tebow to a 2-for-12 hitting performance in the series.
I guess Tebow's time in Charleston didn't go as planned.