Season is over for Syracuse Mets outfielder Tim Tebow

Tanya Simon
August 12, 2019

The New York Mets are making a run at a spot in the Major League Baseball postseason - but don't expect Mets minor leaguer Tim Tebow to play any role in a pennant race this year.

Breaking: Tim Tebow's season is over, sources said.

Mets manager Tony DeFrancesco hinted this was a possibility.

According to reports, Tebow's baseball season has come to an end after he cut a finger on his left hand in the outfield July 21, requiring stitches.

Healy's tweet, though, says the Mets expect to have Tebow back for 2020.

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Tebow also struck out against a position player earlier this season. He spent two seasons in the league with Denver and one with the Jets before joining the Mets organization.

Since the move, Tebow has struggled mightily to find any sort of rhythm at the plate. Last July, he suffered a broken hamate bone in his right hand playing for Double-A Binghamton.

The former National Football League quarterback finished the 2019 campaign with a.163/.240/.255 slash line with four home runs, 19 RBIs, 98 strikeouts and 20 walks in 77 games.

This becomes the second straight season in which the former Heisman Trophy victor ends his year early.

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