Our long national nightmare is over. Tim Tebow has gotten his first Arizona Fall League hit.
Heading into today’s game, Tim Tebow was 0-for-12 in the Arizona Fall League, with two walks and five strikeouts. Then, in his second at-bat, it happened.
MLB.com’s Jonathan Mayo has footage of Tebow’s first knock, a solid base hit to left field. It came off of Chicago Cubs prospect Duane Underwood and snapped his 0-for-13 skid.
— Jonathan Mayo (@JonathanMayo) October 18, 2016
Not a bad swing by Tim here, but it is still rough watching him rumble around the bases.
The key moving forward remains: how many more hits can Tebow get? Will he eventually find his groove as he gets his first regular at-bats in over a decade, or will he fail as many have predicted.
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