Woman claiming relationship with Tim Tebow arrested on trespassing charge

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  1. Andrea says:

    Hope it was’nt CK.

    • Sage says:

      She’s been quieter than Buzzy lately.

    • ck says:

      Too funny! Yes, it was NOT me! Did not find out about this until I read about it later and explains why he was not coming over to autograph for anyone on Friday (3/10/2017)! Have been quiet b/c I was out of town and on a “glamping” adventure! LOL At least I did get to see Tebow and get a #15 jersey on my birthday…maybe next time! Also, met some higher ups (Mary Lou–has been there for over 30 years and they call her the “owner”–she was outside whenever something happened and works in the office too! She said that I could leave a letter for Tebow and she will see that he gets it. The letter was for The TebowZone Fans and requested that Tebow take the time to acknowledge his loyal fanbase here–named names; i.e., Andrea, Sage, Buzzy, David, Danny, Tisa, The Mascot Army, David S., Pamelot, Tawk, and stated that there were thousands more! Hope he is able to take time out of his busy schedule for a lot of dedicated fans on this site who go the distance!!!;D) Have pics only they are too far away and need to get a telephoto lens to get a better close-up…oh, well. It was fun just seeing him at bat practicing…high pop-ups!!! They started lining up before 9:30 a.m. and filled the parking lots and beyond…you should have seen the Fan Shop–Tebow made The Mets a lot of money that day! Filled beyond capacity out of the door!!!

      • TheMascotArmy says:

        That’s great

      • David says:

        Thanks for the update, ck.

      • Pamelot says:

        Wow, that’s great. Thanks!

      • tawk2 says:

        Thanks ck for including me in your letter! How exciting what a great birthday! Sorry I have not been on. My son Josh a Sgt. in the Marines passed away after turning 32 on Dec 30, 2016 in CA autopsy said under mysterious circumstances, I have not been the same. Then I got pnemonia bacterial strain and have been trying to get well. On so many meds and inhalers right now. ck you and all here are always in my thoughts and prayers. Buzzy so glad you are back on, you truly are our leader! I have been trying to read some of the great stories posted, Proud to be a member of this wonderful family, and proud to be a Tebow fan!

        • ck says:

          Dear Tawk2: My deepest sympathies and may God wrap his arms of “encouragement/comfort” round about you in the loss of your “treasured son” who happens to be a HERO/MARINE!
          (Will continue to keep you in my prayers and call The 700 Club on your behalf–
          1-800-759-0700–anytime you need to talk, they are available: 24/7.)
          Hope you feel better soon and know pneumonia is not something that is easy to get over either (II Tim. 1-7). You are missed on this site btw and glad you still remember us; feel the same as you + yvw!;D

          Hope Tebow gets the message b/c he won’t find any “FANS” more “LOYAL” than here!
          And, yes, it was exciting getting to see him practice that day–believe God still makes “MIRACLES” happen!!!
          After having unexpectedly received a call while we were out to dinner (at one of my favorite seafood restaurants) on my iPhone w/family singing HB, can say it was by far “THE BEST GIFT” of all!!! YES, IT EVEN TOPPED TT!;)

        • David says:

          God bless you and your family, tawk2. We have an assurance from the Lord that He will never leave us or forsake us and that He will be with us until the end of the world. We will be victorious over death.
          Joh_14:2 In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you.
          Joh_14:3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.

  2. Sage says:

    When in God’s name does minor league baseball start. A couple of games a week with only ground-ball outs will put me to sleep for sure.

  3. Danny says:

    A surprise start for Tim; playing again with the major league squad today against the Marlins:

    http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/mets/tim-tebow-shot-mets-play-monday-article-1.2996405

    Tim continues to get reps which is a good thing.

  4. David says:

    The Mets win 6-4. Tim was 1-3 with a strikeout. His average is .100 and has put the ball in play 6 times in 10 at bats with 1 hit.
    Box Score
    http://m.mlb.com/gameday/marlins-vs-mets/2017/03/13/509810#game_tab=box,game=509810,game_state=final

  5. Bubbaelvis says:

    It was good to see Tim had a good day. He is coming along pretty fast. I feel he will have a good year in the minors and hopefully move up sooner then expected.

    • Danny says:

      If his progress continues at warp speed, I believe he will start the year in AA, perhaps get a chance at AAA later in 2017, play again in the AFL again like he did last fall, start 2018 in training camp, perhaps with the same arrangement like this year or even part of the 40 man roster (which might be ambitious). He starts 2018 in AAA and perhaps gets called up in September 2018 as part of the 40 man roster.

      It sounds ambitious, but the Mets are pushing the envelope hard and Tim is too.

      The keys are lots of playing time, good coaching and organizational support. I believe Tim has all three going for him.

    • ck says:

      Yes, Bubbaelvis, it looks like it’s FINALLY TEBOW TIME!;D

  6. TheMascotArmy says:

    Thanks for all the heads up and links. The comments in those articles are so horrible though. Those trolls hunt for Tebow news so they can bash him. That’s borderline mental illness. Pathetic losers.

    • Danny says:

      Tim had a pretty good day. David had some good links above to video on the base hit and the nice catch.

      The pitch that Tim hit was a decent pitch on the outside half of the plate just above the knees. Tim did a nice job on staying with it and taking that to the opposite field.

      The catch was top shelf. Mets ace Noah Syndergaard said “That was awesome. He’s a tremendous athlete so it doesn’t surprise me. I gave him a big hug when he got back to the dugout.”

      Manager Terry Collins also said that Tim made a great catch in a post game interview. The video looks like a highlight reel catch like you would see at a sports segment on TV. I saw Matt Holliday make a similar catch like that in person.

      I’m happy that he got a chance to play again and he certainly showed a bit of the potential that is there.

    • ck says:

      TMA: That is true b/c the bigger the success you are, seems the more critics
      there are trying to bring you down to their level. He sure is proving them wrong! LA

  7. Andrea says:

    So glad to hear CK did not end up in the “Big House”. We need to save as many beds in prison for the newest batch of NFL criminals.

    When the owner of the New York Mets looks at Tim Tebow the two words that come to his mind are “Gold Mine”.

    Once Tebow makes it to the New York Mets the owner will be swimming in moola.

    On the heels of the NFL TV ratings nosediving 10% this past year,it looks like Goodell messed up big time regarding Tebow.

    • ck says:

      Hi Andrea! No I didn’t get to join the NFL (New Felon League)! You sure have a way with words…;D That woman was from Colorado and was supposedly warned about trespassing in the parking lot where the players park their cars and showed up again stating she was “married to Tebow”! Plus, she had been arrested for indecent exposure before according to news reports. He always remains so polite and said something nice about her in spite of the “drama” created. Supposedly, it happened in February and the story is just being reported right when I get to go to The Mets Spring Training…perfect timing, huh?! Yes, admit that I’m a Tebow Fanatic, but there are boundaries even I would not want to cross…haha!

      Yes, agree the METS are making serious coin from promoting “THE BEST”…TEBOW!!!

      Not surprised about the NFL losing $$$ and no one wants “Krapper” on their team even if he stated he would now stand for the National Anthem…go figure!;( Hope he gets banned from all sports and ends up losing the $20 million he was paid, but was not worth imo!!! No respect for our country at all and believe there also should be no respect given to him as well. Guess he does not appreciate that this nation still happens to be “One Nation Under God”! Definitely not going to be under communism when we all unite to vote in the right person…apologize for stating the obvious and on a soap box, haha!

      • David says:

        Great points. There might be a few people in the NFL that Tebow would play quarterback for, but I bet the list is short. Osweiler was shipped off to the Browns and the Jets are trying to decide between Cutler and Chase Daniels or slumming with Geno Smith. Smh.

        • ck says:

          David: Read about Cutler too still making the rounds and they are finding out talent is in very short supply or so it appears when they keep recycling the same non-performers instead of a “WINNER”…would not blame Tebow if he shuns them for all they have put him through!;(

    • Brandi says:

      A recent survey of Sports Media showed it to be as much as 96% so “liberal” as to be completely out of step with Mainstream Americans. (Let alone “conservatives”.

      This number tracks perfectly with what we saw with Tim’s NFL Experience. He polled at 95-96% Pro-Tim and against his treatment by the NFL. Basically more than 9 out of 10 believed he should have been a Starting NFL QB. Not forced out. The holdouts are the roughly 4% who make up ESPN and some other National Sports Networks audience bulk. Essentially the tiny sliver of Americans who share the same cultural, social and political viewpoints. Sports has almost nothing to do with National Sports Network Show audiences. (Live Sports is a different demographic and 95% of ESPN’s total audience but almost completely unrepresented by ESPN’s Talk Show Hosts)

      The NFL and ESPN have been in lockstep. The only surprising thing, is that NFL Ratings didn’t fall even more. But those Sunday Games have become about traditional get-togethers by friends, family, etc. with the Games mostly as background setting. Just like the Super Bowl, nobody tunes in because they like the NFL or watch the Game.

      • David says:

        It’s just like you’ve said for years, Brandi. The naysayers are a vocal minority. Tim’s career and Trump’s campaign and presidency have a lot of similarities regarding the fake news media. God willing, they will both prevail.

        • ck says:

          David: You are right about that and you can connect the dots…extreme bias unless liberals w/agenda that is not for MAGA!

  8. David says:

    http://m.mets.mlb.com/news/article/219181564/tim-tebow-records-first-hit-makes-great-catch/
    Outfielder could see more time in Grapefruit League games.
    “The other guys are 18,” Collins said. “He’s not. I think if there’s anybody who needs to make a fast job, it would be somebody in his category.”
    Alderson confirmed that he agreed, raising his voice when asked why the team chose Tebow over other outfielders in the system.
    “Why shouldn’t it be him?” Alderson said. “You’re asking the question. We’re not. Every time someone asks us the question, we’re going to double down on it.”
    The Mets already have, promising Tebow additional Grapefruit League games this week. He will come with the Mets on their trip to West Palm Beach, Fla., on Tuesday, though Tebow will not start that game. Beyond that, the Mets have committed to using Tebow on occasion, at least until Ty Kelly, T.J. Rivera and other players with outfield experience return from the Classic.
    That means more at-bats, more outfield chances and more ovations.”

    • Danny says:

      This is an absolutely FULL THROATED commitment to Tebow. This is what we collectively asked the NFL to do for years. The trolls and detractors drowned out the reasonable voices when Tim was vying for a NFL QB job.

      Conversely, now that Tim is playing baseball, a whole different mindset, summarized in this brilliant comment: “Why shouldn’t it be him?” Alderson said. “You’re asking the question. We’re not. Every time someone asks us the question, we’re going to double down on it.”

      YES!

      The NBC and NFL trolls got smacked. And about time.

      Please media, snark some more. We want to see Tebow play a lot.

    • ck says:

      Great news, David and Danny! Can’t wait to see him in the World Series next!

    • David says:

      More support and comments on the situation from Collins. Tim will play off the bench today against the Astros. The video shows every pitch of his at bat with the hit. It was a full count when he hit it.
      http://www.nj.com/mets/index.ssf/2017/03/jay_bruce_plays_1st_tim_tebow_rides_the_bus_mets_l.html
      “I spent 20-some years in development. When I grew up as a player myself, I don’t care what sport it was but when I had to play better against better players, I played better,” Collins said. “That was the thought in mind. I talked to Tim about it, and by the way, he’s of the same mindset. That’s exactly how he’s learned it. It’s a little differently as he’s explained, in football. But he believes that the more times he faces real good competition, he thinks he has to make a lot more adjustments.”

  9. Sage says:

    The nfl’s worst fear is for Tim to have great success in MLB. Years later people will explore his football career and see he was done wrong as much as Satchel Paige.

  10. Andrea says:

    I think the NFL is quite happy with Joe Mixon and Ezekiel Elliott as role models instead of Tim Tebow.

    • David says:

      I had to look them up. Good grief.

    • ck says:

      Can’t fault Andrea on her great detective work and should be in the top tier echelon regarding research/investigations as to same! “The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the TRUTH”! Agreed, David!

  11. David says:

    March 15 1:10 – Tebow is starting in RF and batting 7th against the Marlins.
    Gameday
    http://m.mlb.com/gameday/mets-vs-marlins/2017/03/15/509755#game=509755,game_state=live,game_tab=

  12. Andrea says:

    Looks like Tebow is going to be in the major leagues sooner than I expected.

    • David says:

      It sure looks promising. He has put the ball in play in 10 of his 14 at bats with 3 hits. I don’t think that he has had a fielding error since he started playing.

  13. Bubbaelvis says:

    I was very happy to hear how well he did today. I didn’t think he was going to start today’s game so this is a pleasant surprise. He looks like he is getting comfortable at the plate. I can’t wait until he starts launching bombs out of the park.
    I like the way the Mets are handling Tebow. They seemed to be super supportive and do a good job of shielding him from the press. I don’t get the impression that he is a publicity stunt for them. They know what they have in Tebow and it will pay off big time for them in the near future.

    • Sage says:

      “some very good strides”

      • ck says:

        Well said, Sage!

      • Brandi says:

        It’s pretty clear the Mets are ecstatic over the progress Tim’s made and should be. Against the top Major League Prospects, he began getting up to the competition in a matter of just a couple weeks and was in the upper half of the AFL his last 1/3rd of Games. Against actual Major League Players he went to the top performer on the Team in his 5th Game.

        This had Mets Beatwriters who had been highly skeptical of his chances and some who had been downright antagonistic to nearly all say Tebow Mets Baseball isn’t a gimmick. It’s very real and a few start talking about when, not if, the Mets have to start thinking about putting him on the 40-Man Roster. One even said they now have to take a real look at signing him to a long-term contract that extends “at least” through his Arbitration Seasons. Basically, the Mets now have to be thinking not in terms of should they keep Tim around, but that they could lose him to another Team if they don’t act soon and make a serious long-term commitment to keep him.

        So Tim’s development has been so amazingly quick, we’re only halfway through Spring Training and already they have to start thinking about issues they may have thought they wouldn’t have to look at until late this coming Minor League Season at the earliest. And that most SportsWriters snarkily assumed they’d never have to think about cause they were certain he’d be a joke.

        NONE of those Mets BeatWriters are laughing anymore. Nor is any other serious SportsWriter/Reporter. Tim STILL has to show the power in Games. But his performance has already taken the “publicity stunt” out of his being a Baseball Player. Something almost none of them saw coming…ever.

    • David says:

      Tim is in a good place right now. I’m sure glad they kept him playing for 2 more games.

    • ck says:

      Bet they are eating their “words” now! LOL

  14. David says:

    Donald Trump Live 8PM EST from Nashville
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5sUWRLjlFc

  15. Brandi says:

    1st Minor League Game today. 1 for 2 with a Double, a Walk an RBI and a Run Scored

  16. David says:

    Franklin Graham‏Verified account @Franklin_Graham 10h10 hours ago

    Hope @TimTebow does well w/the @Mets! He’s a class-act—I appreciate the bold stand he takes for his faith in Jesus!
    https://twitter.com/Franklin_Graham/status/842374085061541888

  17. Brandi says:

    So Tim Tebow’s Minor League Career lasted 1 Game, as he’s back with the Mets today for their game against St Louis.

    That was fast, considering he was supposed to be in the Minors the rest of Spring Training. 🙂

  18. Danny says:

    Base hit for Tebow in the 2nd inning, moves the runners on base to 2nd and 3rd. Man on 3rd Flores scores on the next play on a sacrifice fly.

    1-1 for Tebow, average now .267

  19. Danny says:

    Tim finishes the day 1-3, his base hit off of Michael Wacha (95 mph fastball). He was substituted late in the game as anticipated.

    Batting average is .235, OPS is .513

    Here’s a post-game write up of the game with video of the hit:

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/mlb/2017/03/18/tim-tebow-major-league-game-new-york-mets-grapefruit-league/99346030/

  20. Danny says:

    Is Tim Tebow in the Grapefruit League to stay? One writer makes the case:

    http://www.nj.com/mets/index.ssf/2017/03/mets_tim_tebow_is_in_the_grapefruit_league_to_stay.html

  21. Danny says:

    Instead of playing the remainder of spring training in the minors, Terry Collins has decided that Tim will be able to play more games with the major league team. Tim has certainly earned it:

    https://www.sny.tv/mets/news/tim-tebow-could-play-more-major-league-games-this-spring/219954830

    Here’s the remainder of the Mets spring training schedule. We’ll have to see how many of these games that Collins will have Tim play in.

    Mar 19 Sunday Marlins at Mets
    Mar 20 Monday Mets at Tigers
    Mar 22 Wednesday Marlins at Mets
    Mar 23 Thursday Mets at Nationals
    Mar 24 Friday Astros at Mets
    Mar 25 Saturday Mets at Braves 1:05
    Mar 26 Sunday Braves at Mets
    Mar 27 Monday Mets at Marlins
    Mar 27 Monday Nationals at Mets
    Mar 28 Tuesday Cardinals at Mets
    Mar 29 Wednesday Mets at Braves

    • Brandi says:

      The NY Post has an article about the Mets not being able to get enough of Tim Tebow with (and his Magic) in parenthesis in the title. They tweeted it out yesterday with the follow up

      “and he’s making them look good”.

      The NY Tabloid known worldwide for being the King of Snarky talking about Tebow Magic and his making the Mets look good.

      Show of hands, when it was announced that the Mets had signed Tebow, how many here thought they’d ever see it going so well even the jaded NY Media would be giddy? (A little reminder, when the Jets signed Tim he was the new Prince of New York, Tebowing Statue of Liberty, Mark Sanchez described as “Dead Quarterback Walking”. But the very second he was gone the NY Media that had often supported Tim and gushed over him turned on him viciously and blamed him for the Jets being a mess.)

      They love you when they love you and every other time they just love ripping you to shreds.

      • Sage says:

        I hope Tim keeps progressing. Show of hands who thought Tebow should try MLB in 2013. Me!

        • Sage says:

          Maybe that was 2014. After the Patriots cut.

        • Danny says:

          I’m thinking that Tim’s journey into baseball began after he started working out with Tom House. We knew that House was working with Tim throwing a football, but I bet there was some baseball in there too.

          Right after Tim got released by the Eagles, he went right back into baseball training. He was only going to the NFL as QB and nothing else.

          Interesting aside, the forum owner of Big Cat Country (notorious Tebow bashers) actually posted that Shad Khan wanted Tebow but wasn’t going to interfere with Caldwell’s business decisions. Sounded like Khan was throwing Caldwell under the bus. Well, too little too late. Khan could have shown some backbone but in the process guaranteed mediocrity for the Jaguars for years, especially in his blind faith in Caldwell.

          Anyway, back to baseball…the Mets and the MLB have shown Tebow more grace and class than the NFL ever did and they have to be pleased in what they’ve seen so far.

          The NFL and NBC have acted bitterly but at the same time the NFL posts baseball articles about Tebow.

          I’m looking forward to my second year of boycott of the NFL and actually get a subscription to MLB.TV. Money well spent.

    • ck says:

      That is “FAN-TASTIC” NEWS! Thanks, Mr. Danny!

  22. Andrea says:

    I hate to throw cold water on this project but was’nt it last August that you had the manager of the Orioles ( Buck Showalter) and the Orioles outfielder ( Adam Jones)laugh and mock the thought of Tebow playing major League baseball? Both men must have a terminal case of lockjaw because they have been awful quiet lately.

    Adam Jones is a fan of Colin Kaepernick so it shows where he is coming from.

  23. Danny says:

    Tim is in the lineup today. Mets vs. Tigers. Batting 7th.

  24. Bubbaelvis says:

    Looks like Tim was 0 for 3 today against the Tigers. He did hit the ball all 3 times grounding out to shortstop, line drive to 3rd, and ground out to second. He at least is putting the ball in play and making contact. This is against Big League pitching. I would say he is making very good progress. He just needs at bats. He will start displaying his power at the plate soon. Home runs will come with reps. It is just a matter of time. I used to wish he would try football in Canada, but now I wish he would have gone this route earlier. Still, it is not too late.

    • David says:

      Thanks, Bubbaelvis. Tim has put the ball in play 16 times in 20 at bats with 4 hits, 4 strikeouts. Batting average is now .200
      Tebow to begin pro career with Class A Columbia
      Fireflies excited about energy former NFL player will bring
      http://m.mlb.com/news/article/220120930/tim-tebow-to-be-assigned-to-class-a-columbia/

    • Danny says:

      Bubbaelvis: The zone read is alive and well in Canada. Tim would have flourished. If the CFL wanted to make a serious run to gain credibility they would have offered a David Beckham style of contract he got with the LA Galaxy. Instead of being the poor cousin to the NFL, they would have had instant and lasting credibility and the goodwill would have been enormous.

      The CFL had their chance and they missed a tremendous opportunity.

      David:

      I had predicted that Tim was going to AA ball based on his performance in the AFL and this spring training with the major league squad. I still believe that he could handle AA ball easily. Perhaps it’s all about refining his home run swing. Who knows?

      Columbia will be welcoming Tim with open arms. He will be moving up the minor league system quickly.

      • David says:

        I was also surprised but they want to see the power with real pitching.
        He’s hitting a lot of ground balls so there is work to be done.

    • ck says:

      Believe it IS possible too, Bubbaelvis!

    • ck says:

      Now, I’m soooooo jealous! Wish he would have stayed in Florida!;(
      Wish him all the best on his new adventure!!! GO TEBOW!

  25. Bubbaelvis says:

    I don’t think we should read anything into him going to single A league. Right now it is about getting as many reps as possible while working on fundamentals. If he does well, he will move up quickly. He has already shown that he is not overmatched by the Major League guys. He definitely is not ready to make the move to Majors. Give him a little time to work it all out in the minors and then we’ll see. I would not be surprise to see him with the big league Mets next spring.

    • David says:

      Yes, most of us wanted a patient process when this started. It’s better to be asked to move up than down.

    • ck says:

      Agree Bubbaelvis & David. At least he gets some time to develop which the NFL never really gave him the support needed like MLB (to their credit) has done so far!

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