Well, he’s at it again: Last night the former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback—and current ESPN personality, Christian author and Mets hopeful—Tim Tebow led his fall league baseball team to a come-from-behind win last night: a walk-off single. In the bottom of the ninth inning, Tebow hit a walk-off RBI single to lift his team to a 4-3 win.
Here’s the proof:
Tebow told the New York Daily News that he got advice for the big hit from another famous athlete—hall of famer Reggie Jackson. Tebow said:
The whole day they had been throwing me outside fastballs and they had the shift on a little bit, and Mr. Jackson was just talking about letting it get deep and going with it. So first pitch tried to let it get deep and hit it opposite way, especially when they play you for a pull.
Aaron Cline Hanbury is a contributing editor for RELEVANT. You can follow him on Twitter at @achanbury