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  1. Danny says:

    Tim batting 7th playing LF tonight

  2. Sage says:

    Reaches on another fielding error. He’d be an all-star if this counted.

    • Danny says:

      Yeah, how many times has he got on base because of fielding errors? A lot.

    • David says:

      So true. He was on base in 3 out of 4 at bats tonight and his batting average went down. He got on base on an error, struck out, and 2 walks which included the winning run.

    • Brandi says:

      I didn’t see the Play or hear it described. But the league has found out that the scouting reports on Tim were way off. He’s MUCH faster than anyone knew. That type of speed and quickness getting to 1st causes Teams to make errors knowing they have to hurry to get him out.

      He’s gotten on base so often on errors since the word got out how fast he is it’s hard to not think that’s why. It won’t be as much to this degree in the Majors as the Infielders are usually much more used to handling the Ball. But even still, this is the kind of thing that catches Managers & GMs eye. They don’t have to see it in the batting average to know what it’s worth. (Same as a hit, obviously)

      • Danny says:

        I believe that’s the underestimated part of his game, at least to the casual observer.

        Certainly the Fireflies have had opportunities such as last night’s game to have someone go in to run for him but they were confident that if it was a sacrifice fly or base hit, Tebow would have scored.

      • David says:

        I’ve timed Tebow at
        3.7 sec-home to 1st.
        8 sec-home to 2nd on a stand up double
        11.5 sec-home to 3rd sliding
        A few nights ago he scored from 1st on a double to left field. He seems to be an aggressive base runner.

      • David says:

        In the last 10 games, if you add about 3 times getting on base on errors and 2 times hit by a pitch to his 11 hits in 33 at bats, Tebow’s average is .485 with 4 walks. He was on base 20 times in 42 at bats with 8 strikeouts and 7 runs scored.

  3. Danny says:

    Tim scores the GAME WINNING RUN in the bottom of the 9th that propels Columbia to a 2-1 walk off win!

    After Winningham pops out to 3rd, Tebow walks to kick off the 9th inning rally. Ali Sanchez then hits a double, sending Tebow to third and Sanchez to 2nd. They intentionally walk Milton Ramos to load the bases with one out and Gene Cone comes to bat. He works the count to 3-2 and then takes ball four to score Tebow from third.

    Way to go Tebow! Way to go Fireflies!

    • Danny says:

      Good video, better than the ones that the Fireflies posted.

      Very hard fought game, it’s great the Fireflies pulled this one out.

    • David says:

      The Univ. of Florida invented Gatorade for game celebrations, then they found out that you could drink it and started bottling it. 🙂

    • ck says:

      He has the right perspective and here is another one “Don’t let your past hang on to your present”…GO TEBOW!!! Thanks much, David, for the inspiring video.

  4. Sage says:

    Thanks for the posts, all.

  5. Danny says:

    Breakfast baseball!

    Tim batting 7th playing DH today.

  6. Danny says:

    Tebow pleased with progress after a month with Fireflies


    • ck says:

      “Climbing the trees at Hickory” just to see Tebow b/c it was SOLD OUT! Gotta love it! Thanks, Danny, for the link.

  7. Bigfan says:

    Greater things yet to happen!

  8. David says:

    The totals of Tim’s bats, hits and walks in the last 10 games are wrong on the stats page.
    His at bats should be 33, hits should be 11 and walks should be 4. His average in the last 10 games should be .333 with 11 hits in 33 at bats.

  9. David says:

    Tebow’s Broncos jersey is in the NFL Hall of Fame. Mile High Miracle.

    • Sage says:

      He would have destroyed the competition in that league. Destroyed Elway’s club records.

    • tawk2 says:

      Thanks David, I hate when some say Tebow was never a NFL quarterback! I guess anyone can get a jersey in the Hall of Fame, being sarcastic, lol on all the naysayers/haters. Tebow if allowed to keep playing quarterback in the NFL one of the teams would be raking in greatness and wins! Done with the NFL!

      • David says:

        The MVP, Matt Ryan, scored 38 times in 569 touches or every 15 touches in 2016.
        Tebow scored 34 times in 549 touches or every 16.1 touches in his first 15.5 games and 13 plays.
        Tebow would rank 4th for scores by a QB in 2016 and 2nd for scores per touch.

      • ck says:

        Well, David, we shouldn’t be surprised that they want to “cash in” on all the money that the MLB is now making…serves them right imo! At least they got something right and he was GREAT at PRO NFL FOOTBALL AND SET RECORDS!
        Thanks for finding this little “gem”, David. What a bunch of hypocrites! Don’t get me started on Elrot and his kind…UGH!!!

  10. tawk2 says:

    Missed early game, who won? Thanks to all!

  11. Danny says:

    Delmarva wins today’s game 10·2. Tim went 1·4 with a single to left. He struck out twice and grounded out his other times at bat.

  12. Sage says:

    Brandi, the telecom-media mergers violate Gilder’s law. Selling both pipes and content creates an inherent conflict of interest. They sure seem to want to do it, though.

    • ck says:

      Nice write-up by Tim Rohan and thanks for the link, David. Liked what Tebow stated in response to someone questioning his motives for playing baseball.

      “Tebow’s response to why he is playing baseball”: “Why not? Why does everything start out with a negative connotation? Sometimes we look at things in a negative way, rather than striving for what we want to do, and what we believe in, and lifting each other up, and building each other up.”
      Rohan states: “He is getting fired up again…Gosh, that’s someone I want to be”
      Also, “Remember the playoff win against the Steelers?”
      Title: “Tim Tebow Believes. Do You?” “All part of a bigger plan.”
      No doubt, his faith is epic and, yes, believe all things are possible IF YOU BELIEVE IN MIRACLES W/GOD ON YOUR SIDE!

    • Danny says:

      Thanks David for the link. I get a little wound up when reading about Tebow from football sites. I’m glad that Tim has moved on from professional football.

      I noticed that the trending articles today were mostly from football related sites. So I can’t say I was surprised that the content threw in some snark here and there with some possibly unsubstantiated quotes, etc.

      Likely it was a coordinated push in an effort to diminish what amazing strides that Tebow has made in his first full month of every day playing. Jose Leger has said that Tebow has improved in all phases of the game, tracking balls in the outfield better, stronger throwing arm, etc. not to mention the progress he’s made at the plate.

      When looking at articles from MLB and MiLB, none of this snark appears.

      I have serious doubts that he “tore” his oblique muscle just before the tryout. It was more than likely a strain than anything else. Painful nevertheless. Six weeks of rehab for the typical person, probably about four for Tebow. Still a bit of careless reporting.

      It was quite impressive though he did as well as he did for the tryout and his injury probably carried through a bit through the instructional league.

      The article talked about being a Realist and they expressed doubts about Tim ever getting to the major league level.

      Well, I’m a Realist.

      I believe that Belichik should have kept Tebow over Ryan Mallett. Mallett’s career went nowhere. Chip Kelly should have kept Tebow. Yes, that’s being real.

      Tebow is showing real progress as a baseball player. That’s real.

      The article refers to baseball teams passing on Tebow because they couldn’t handle the media “circus”. This “circus” has been nothing more than Tebow fans showing their appreciation. Yes, Tebow’s presence has garnered the interest of media but the Fireflies and the Mets have managed that well…and Tebow has been obliging in giving autographs, making appearances, etc.

      As I said before, the book on Tim’s baseball career is just getting started. We have a long ways to go before determining where this is going to end up.

      I’m convinced the Mets want Tebow to play in the majors for them, but they want to do it right so Tim maximizes his playing days.

      Enjoy the ride. I sure am.

  13. TheMascotArmy says:

    Let me ask everybody’s opinion,

    What do you think the likelihood is for Tim to play a single AAA game (or better) this season (year?)?
    I’d guess 30-40%, but I’d love to see everyone else’s guess.

    • tawk2 says:

      I agree with your prediction MascotArmy, hoping he will play soon, but want him ready too. I know Tebow has the talent, passion, work ethic and drive if anybody can he can!

    • Danny says:

      My thoughts are similar to what they’ve been before:

      I think he’s gets called up to AA later this season and play in the Arizona Fall League again this year.

      Tim starts out in AAA or soon promoted to AAA in 2018 and will be a September callup in 2018.

      Just my two cents. Hope it’s sooner.

      • TheMascotArmy says:

        This is what I would think, but it’s fun to consider Brandi’s predictions below.
        I wouldn’t want Tim rushed though.

    • Sage says:

      Rum should hear it up if he wants to climb. He’s playing respectably, but it doesn’t seem much more so than his teammates.

      Those bases in errors are interesting, but apparently don’t count much.

    • Brandi says:

      Unless his development totally stalls out I expect him to be among the September Call-Ups. Sandy Alderson said it best. Tim Tebow “expands” the Brand. Not just the Mets Brand but Baseball’s Brand.

      I may have said it here before, maybe not. But does anybody really think the timing of the announcement of his Mets Signing was a coincidence? The morning of the day the NFL Regular Season started. That Thursday was supposed to be All-NFL for Sports media. Instead, it was all Tebow, Mets and Baseball.

      The NFL is down. Rob Manfred, Baseball Commissioner laid out specific instructions for a call to action throughout Baseball. He wants $15 Billion a year in revenues. And the timetable he wants it by places that target basically as next year and the year after at the latest. he didn’t pick that number arbitrarily. That revenue number in that time period would make major League Baseball the “biggest” Sports League in the World, surpassing the NFL. After last Season, the NFL is reeling. Baseball would have to be stupid to let a year go by to allow the NFL to try to get back in stride.

      If Tim just plain can’t do it, maybe he’s not called up in September. But if he can, IMO, he will be. Because that keeps Baseball tops in Sports News right up until its Playoffs. And keeps the NFL struggling to regain its lost foothold.

    • David says:

      TMA, I agree with you and think it could be higher if Tim continues to improve at the rate that he is going. He has cooled off in the last 2 games but hit .324 in the previous 10. Jose Leger said that Tim was getting his rhythm but has gone down a little recently and he pointed out that this happens with all players. If Tim hits anywhere near .300 for the rest of the season, I think we’ll see him in AAA. I think he has shown that he is capable of doing it. Once he gets in AAA, he will have to prove himself again. In the last AAA season, Tim had no hits in his final 12 at bats and his average fell from .261 to .194 That can’t happen next time if he wants to play in the majors.

      • David says:

        I meant Fall League in the last sentence.

      • Brandi says:

        Baseball is a Game of constant adjustments. The current hot property is a guy in the Yankees, Aaron Judge. He’s like 6′ 7″ and 285 pounds. He’s pounding Home Runs. And Yanks GM Brian Cashman has said Judge still has Option Years remaining if he suddenly cools off & has to go back to AAA to work some more. Judge was Drafted in 2013 an struggled through the Minors. At each level he struggled and had to work it out.

        This is what happens to Players and Teams usually don’t look at Stats nearly as much as Media & Fans do. They look for the subtle signs of progress even if they’re not necessarily translated into big numbers.

        Michael Jordan hit .202 with 3 HRs and the White Sox promoted him to AAA. It was Michael who called the Jordan Baseball Experiment off. Not Baseball.

        I think that’s Tim’s situation as well. His numbers won’t need to be nearly as gaudy as many seem to think for Baseball to keep moving him up to The Show. This isn’t the NFL. Baseball appreciates the value of Stardom and more important realizes it’s in the Business to give the Fans what they want.

        The NFL not only forgot that. It got so arrogant it decided giving the Fans what they want is beneath them.

        • David says:

          The NFL’s business model is the same one that Target used to lose 15 billion dollars in stock value over tranny bathrooms.

        • Danny says:

          That will be the wild card in all this; Tim can handle the media onslaught, the Mets have already shown that they aren’t putting up with the Tebow detractor nonsense.

          Nothing better than I’d like to see is some big announcement by MLB on September 7th to overshadow the NFL once again this year.

  14. Sage says:

    Heat, not hear. Stupid phone

  15. tawk2 says:

    Is the game on delay? Hear Mike and Mike talking,I will try again.

  16. tawk2 says:

    Score 2-0 Fireflies in the lead at bottom of first. Second inning coming up.

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