The former football star seems to be adjusting to the minor league baseball life.
Ask any minor league baseball player to name the worst aspect of their job, and they'll likely reply with: the buses.
Minor league teams bus from one city to the next, traveling thousands of miles each spring and summer during the season. Life on the road, especially the unglamorous life of a minor league baseball player that has to bus everywhere, can get pretty draining.
Tim Tebow seems to be enjoying it, though.
Here's a photo of a happy Tebow on the bus:
That's a happy man.
Tebow's minor league career is going decently, too.
According to the New York Post, he could be getting a promotion soon.
Tim Tebow’s recent surge at Single-A Columbia — he has a .849 OPS over his last 16 games — hasn’t gone unnoticed by team officials.
According to a club source, there has been discussion about moving the former Heisman Trophy winner to a higher level within the minors, but such a jump likely won’t occur until after the All-Star Game in midseason.
Overall, Tebow has a .250/.330/.370 slash line with two homers and 11 RBIs in 28 games for Columbia.