The Mets announced on Tuesday, that they were cutting Tebow from their MLB camp.
“(I’ll) just continue to work in all the areas we’ve been working and making progress,” Tebow explained to reporters after hearing the news.
The former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback, after he went 1-18, hitting a woeful 0.56, and striking out in 11 of 19 plate appearances, during Grapefruit League play.
The failure to impress at MLB Camp is a definite blow to Tebow’s chances of making it to MLB, especially given that the slugger is now 30 years old.
Should Tebow show enough improvement at minor league camp, the Mets could decide to give him another shot.