​​Tim Tebow started his baseball career in 2017 and showed some positive signs in the early going, including last season at Double-A where he hit .273 with six home runs. But he's begun the 2019 season at the highest minor league level, and the 31-year-old former quarterback looks overmatched.

In 21 games at Triple-A Syracuse, Tebow is slashing a woeful .143/.211/.186 with zero home runs and 27 strikeouts over 70 at-bats.

Despite having a brutal time at Triple-A, Tebow continues to stay positive.

“I think for me, it’s to improve every single day, continue to focus on the process, and make strides in every area — [on the] basepaths, outfield, and at the plate, of course,” Tebow told reporters on Monday.

Yeah, but duh, that's everyone's goal dude.

​​The ​Mets are giving him every chance to succeed and reach the big leagues, but if he doesn't start hitting very soon, that dream may not come true. You can't promote a player who is hitting under .200 with a sub-.400 OPS and strikes out this frequently.

If you can't hit Triple-A pitching, you're going to look like an absolute fool at the MLB level.