Follow your dreams!
Tim Tebow is expected to be back with the New York Mets organization next season.
This will be Tebow's third season with the Mets organization and last year made it to Double-A Binghamton. Not long after he unfortunately suffered a season-ending hand injury.
After batting .273 and six home runs to go along with 36 RBI's, the former NFL quarterback should absolutely consider making a return.
The Mets believe Tim Tebow isn't thinking about retirement and plan to start him at this minor-league-baseball level in 2019. That is, if he returns to baseball. https://t.co/w1s8Wdcr1n pic.twitter.com/4ePlIgkLn0— NESN (@NESN) September 19, 2018
I would really like to see Tebow make it to the MLB. Hell, he's shown he has what it takes to at the very least be a decent player in the major leagues.
He's only 31 years old and has time to get to fulfill that achievement. First things first though, he is going to have to make the jump to Triple-A first. From there the Mets can determine whether Tebow would fair well in the MLB, or if his dream is too much of a stretch.