Tim Tebow Didn't Run Out a Ground Ball, Did Crash Headfirst Into Outfield Fence

Tim Tebow #15 of the New York Mets works out at an instructional league day at Tradition Field on September 19, 2016 in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Tim Tebow Didn't Run Out a Ground Ball, Did Crash Headfirst Into Outfield Fence

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Tim Tebow Didn't Run Out a Ground Ball, Did Crash Headfirst Into Outfield Fence

Tim Tebow played in an Arizona Fall League game today as part of his inevitable march to the big leagues. He went 0-for-3. But the box score doesn’t tell the full story of a day marked by wildly inconsistent levels of hustle.

First, Tebow went full Rodney McCray trying to track down a fly ball in left field.

Classic Tebow, right? Always giving it all.

He then inexplicably followed that up by not running out a ground ball.
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Never thought we’d see anything like that. This would cost him some money in the Kangaroo Court if instructional league players made enough money to have a Kangaroo Court. `

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