Tim Tebow played 19 games with the Mets’ minor league team with mixed reviews on his season from officials throughout the major league.
But his baseball career isn’t ending yet. Mets manager Terry Collins invited Tebow to major league camp and was enthusiastic about the opportunity.
“I certainly hope we’ll see Tim Tebow in some of our games. … If he’s not in our camp, I’ll get him over,” Collins said Tuesday.
Throughout his 19 games, he batted a .194 average with 12 hits.
Collins continued to laud Tebow for his sportsmanship and dedication to a team.
“He’s not into himself,” Collins said. “He’s into being a teammate. A tremendous teammate.”