A look at how Tim Tebow's been playing through three games.
Tim Tebow's minor league season has gotten off to a headline-producing, actually kind of decent start.
His team, the Columbia Fireflies - the Mets' low-A ball affiliate - have played four games so far this season. Tebow has appeared in three of them. Here's how he's done.
Tebow has hit two home-runs, one of which came in his first at-bat.
Tebow's first home run came off a pitcher taken No. 666 in the MLB Draft.
Tebow is hitting .231 and has an OBP of .286.
He's been hitting 7th in the lineup and has 13 at-bats.
Tebow has an OPS (on-base percentage plus slugging percentage) of .978.
That's really good!
Tebow has struck out five times already.
That's not very good. He's currently striking out in nearly 40 percent of his at-bats.
His team has averaged 6,501 fans per game so far.
That's nearly twice as many fans as they had per game last year.
And the Fireflies are 4-0.