Tim Tebow is having a disastrous Spring training with the Mets, yet still being promoted the Double-A to start the season. The slugger is hitting a whopping .056 with 11 Ks in 18 ABs. Tebow has looked uncomfortable and over matched throughout the Grapefruit League season. Max Scherzer struck him out on three straight pitches in an AB that lasted as long as Jason Briggs (American Pie) in bed.
Sandy Alderson, general manager of the Mets, still believes Tim Tebow is Big League talent. He recently stated, "I expect Tim Tebow will play in the major leagues one day." Those are some bold words to say about a thirty year old minor leaguer with a career average of .226.
Absolute Savage Inc is rooting for Tebow to succeed on his quest to become a major leaguer. He was an absolute savage on the football field, which gives him major alpha points. However, if he doesn't succeed in the majors, we won't hesitate to stamp him with the beta label.
He was a God send for the Florida Gator football team. Will he be the next messiah for the Mets? Tune in for weekly Tebow updates.