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I’ve Been Hit Harder: Tim Tebow Leaves a Tim Tebow Shaped Hole in Outfield Wall

Interesting

Although I am a Chicago guy, I am fairly certain the Cubs owned the day yesterday, and are still (at least) leasing it today. That said, other things have happened in the baseball world, and some of them have to do with Tim Tebow (this is quite a world, isn’t it?).

But if you’ve gotten sick of reading the “10 Reasons Why Tim Tebow Is Going to Win the 2017 MVP,” type articles I have an image for you, gifted from the gods and sitting right below this very sentence:


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Hat tip to Cut4 for the utter savagery in that tweet. 

Indeed, in his Arizona Fall League debut on Tuesday, Tim Tebow started in the outfield, went 0-3 at the plate, and created a Tebow-shaped hole in the outfield wall that probably looked something like this:

hole-in-wall

 

It’s been quite an interesting start for Tebow – who homered on the first pitch he saw in instructional leagues – but he seems to be genuinely having fun and working hard (and reminding everyone that he used to play football and has “been hit harder,” before). What more can you ask?


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Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami writes about MLB at Baseball Is Fun. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami.

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