Tim Tebow is showing off some impressive power hitting in his early days as a minor league baseball player.
The former National Football League quarterback and Heisman Trophy victor had hit his first home run on Thursday night to the opposite field in his first at-bat as a Mets minor leaguer.
On Sunday, Tim hit his second professional home run and it was a no-doubter.
"I can honestly sit here before every one of you and say I've had so much fun training, pursuing it, getting hits, striking out, whatever it's been", Tebow said. Tebow drove the ball to deep left center but briefly stopped at second base thinking it was a ground rule double.
Perhaps this whole baseball thing will work out for Tebow in the end.
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Other than the two home runs, he has one other hit and has struck out five times in 13 total at-bats.
Tebow also homered in his first at-bat for the Mets' Single-A affiliate Thursday.
At 29-years-old the former NFL football player and Heisman Trophy victor has not played baseball since 2004, during his junior year of high school in Florida. Period. Tebow is not preventing some future star from staying in the Mets organization.
The Fireflies continue their season with three straight home games against the Hickory Crawdads starting Monday night at 7:05 pm.