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New York Mets Announce Decision On Tim Tebow

New York Mets Announce Decision On Tim Tebow”

Tebow, who despite the reassignment, can still be used in big league exhibition games in Florida, is 4-for-15 this spring.

The Heisman Trophy victor is expected to begin the season with Triple-A Syracuse.

Tim Tebow will not be beginning the 2019 baseball season on a major league roster.

We've optioned Paul Sewald and Jacob Rhame to minor league camp and re-assigned Arquimedes Caminero, Andrés Giménez, Dilson Herrera, Rymer Liriano, Ali Sánchez and Tim Tebow to minor league camp.

Tebow took the Mets' decision in stride, too.

Tebow, 31, is ticketed for Triple-A this season. "And we all have cell phones".

Since abandoning his career as an NFL quarterback to join the Mets, Tebow's appeared in 210 minor-league games across three levels. For instance, this season if Tebow were to play the entire season at Double-A Binghampton their regular season ends on Sept 2nd. The 31-year-old slashed.273/.336/.399 with six home runs in 84 games, improving his OPS by almost 80 points from his first minor league campaign before his season ended in late July with a broken bone in his hand. The Mets open the regular season on March 28 at Washington against the Nationals.



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