Tim Tebow snapped a lengthy home run drought on Sunday.
It had been a while since Tim Tebow went yard for the High-A Columbia Fireflies. Six weeks, to be exact.
On Sunday, Tebow cranked his first home run since April 9, a well-struck drive to left-center field on a 1-0 pitch.
It was Tebow's third home run of the season.
Prior to the dinger, Tebow was in a 1-for-18 funk, his average dropping from .250 to .220.
He's going to need a lot more than just this homer to climb the ladder in the New York Mets' farm system, but this was a pretty nice shot.