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ESPN analyst Law: Tebow should never play baseball again

Tim Tebow hit .194 with a .296 OBP and .242 SLG, while striking out 20 times in 62 at-bats in the Arizona Fall League.

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Tim Tebow hit .194 with a .296 OBP and .242 SLG, while striking out 20 times in 62 at-bats in the Arizona Fall League.

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Former Gators star QB Tim Tebow's baseball career has been the subject of much scrutiny and debate after he signed to play in the Mets minor-league system.

ESPN analyst Keith Law said today that watching Tebow in the Arizona Fall League, where he hit .194 with a .296 OBP and .242 SLG, while striking out 20 times in 62 at-bats, was enough for him.

"I think Tim Tebow should stick to announcing and probably never play baseball again,'' Law said on an ESPN conference call. "He was the worst player I've ever seen in the 10 years I've been going to the Arizona Fall League"

Tebow does college football analysis for ESPN and its SEC Network. We're guessing they won't be hanging out at the next ESPN company retreat.

 

 

 

[Last modified: Monday, January 30, 2017 4:18pm]

    

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