Everyones favorite (or least favorite) good guy is at it again. Could Tim Tebow’s athletic career be more of a storybook without any real accomplishments on the field?
The former Heisman Trophy winner, first-round NFL Draft pick and now New York Mets minor league baseball player is in the headlines for all the right reasons again. After he exchanged a high five with an autistic child then belted a home run in his next at bat, Tebow has moved on to the elderly.
While signing autographs on Sunday, a fan asked him to say “hi” to his grandmother.
Tebow obliged, and it couldn’t have made her any happier when she saw the video.
Miss Margaret seems thrilled by Tebow’s direct address the the camera and his extended hello.
Tebow has had a few highlights that instantly go viral on social media, but for the most part, he has struggled in the minor leagues. Now playing at the single-A level, Tebow is slashing just .220/.311/.336.
Those aren’t numbers that most 30-year old prospects hope to ride to the Major Leagues.
He continues to dominate in the field of public opinion, but between the foul lines, Tebow is only slightly above floundering.