Former NFL quarterback does not give up | Joe Robbins.
Tim Tebow is in the top 33 and has not yet made his MLB debut, but the New York Mets outfielder does not give up.
He missed an entire season of the game due to the COVID-19 pandemic and has not been in a game since July 21, 2019, but has made it clear that he will not give up his dreams of playing baseball in the majors .
Tebow received an invitation to spring training from the Mets before the 2020 season, but the short spring pre-season did not go well for him.
The dream will continue for another year ?? ⚾️https: //t.co/CMhmV6OnSh
– Seventh entry (@septimaentrada_) November 14, 2020
He made terrible mistakes in the field and only managed to beat 0.154 in the spring with six strikes and two hits in 13 strokes. New York sent him to the minor league camp, whose season was canceled due to the pandemic, and he had to return home.
The former NFL quarterback will not give up on his dreams, even if the prospects are not clear to him. With a new owner, things have started to change at Mets, and he knows it.
Tim Tebow prepares for Met’s spring training after not playing last year due to cancellation of minor series season https://t.co/aXuf11sYqh pic.twitter.com/1ZO6Cq5LKX
– SNY (@SNYtv) November 13, 2020
“My age, my time and my experience with all of these things make it harder,” Tebow told MLB.com. “But I think I try to learn from every day, and that’s all we can do.”