Well, count Keith Law among those who don’t think Tim Tebow would be first man up if one of the Mets outfielders got hurt. In his recent scouting report, Keith Law had some unfavorable reviews for the ever polarizing Heisman trophy winner.
“He might be better suited to playing in an Arizona high school league. His presence here is a farce, and he looks like an imposter pretending to have talent he does not possess,” Law wrote.
No mincing words as the scouting report would continue to say that Tebow’s bat speed is too slow, his swing too long and his routes to fly balls resembling that of a wide receiver more than a left fielder. He is critical of Tebow rolling over on fastballs in the zone, something most professional baseball players only do on off speed pitches when they are expecting something else.
Tebow has certainly struggled through his first to games of Arizona Fall League baseball.
Take a look at his spray chart:
Earlier in the week, Tim Tebow laid hands on a fan who was having a seizure in the stands. The man was snapped out of the seizure shortly after Tebow coming over to him.