Tim Tebow benched in nightcap of doubleheader after new slump

LAKEWOOD, N.J. – Tim Tebow, a ball player, looked a lot like Tim Tebow, a former Jets QB, Monday night.

Tebow was benched for a second diversion of a doubleheader here opposite a Single-A Blueclaws, resuming a informed position he filled with a Jets: left out. Gang Green infamously traded for Tebow in 2012 and never played a former Heisman-winning QB most that season.

During tools of Monday’s night game, a ability throng easily chanted “We wish Tebow.” He was a reason many of them were here, after all. The former QB’s correspondence was used to sell tickets to a four-game array opposite a Phillies’ plantation team. Saturday’s array opener was rained out, forcing Monday’s doubleheader.

While he hasn’t been attack all that much, Tebow has drawn large crowds wherever he’s played this season.

Tebow mimicked by teammates during teenager joining batting practice

FirstEnergy Park was awaiting some of a biggest crowds in authorization story with Tebow in city for 4 days. There over 3,000 some-more fans in assemblage for Sunday’s diversion than a final time Lakewood hosted a diversion on Mother’s Day in 2015, many of them wearing Tebow No. 15 Jets and Florida football jerseys.

Tebow strike sixth in a lineup as a DH in a opening game, though manager Jose Leger apparently didn’t see most he favourite from Tebow and motionless to lay him to start a nightcap.

Tebow, 29, is attempting to forge a career as a veteran ball actor notwithstanding not personification given high school. He was attack .236 in his initial deteriorate with Columbia. He went 0-for-3 with a span of strikeouts in a initial diversion Monday afternoon and was 2-for-11 on a Fireflies’ stream highway trip, frequency honourable of call-up rumors.

It was recently reported that Tebow competence be in line for a graduation after this season. He was batting .327 with 4 doubles in 16 games entrance into a Lakewood series, though given nearing in New Jersey, a ultra-popular Tebow is 0-for-6 with 4 strikeouts. 

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