Tim Tebow Watch Watch: In which our hero searches for consistency


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  1. TheMascotArmy says:

    Thanks Danny. I’m surprised wee not even seeing if he’s stayed baseball activities already. I hope so.

    • TheMascotArmy says:

      Wee= we’re
      Staying= started


      • Danny says:

        Hi TMA

        I’ve been looking for updates/interviews that may be talking about Tebow workouts but haven’t seen anything.

        I did see on milb.com that on September 21, the Ponies activated Tebow off the 7 day disabled list. He was placed on the disabled list on July 21.

        Tebow had said himself that he was starting workouts again so the activation off the disabled list isn’t a real surprise. Just the fact he came off of it indicates to me that the Mets think he’s recovered.

        The minors are kind of weird with the disabled list, it seems that the teams just simply put their players on the 7 day disabled list, no matter the duration.

    • ck says:

      Hi TMA and kinda slow around here as Danny states about Tebow news.;D

    • ck says:

      Thank God for Breibart telling the truth about how fans are reacting to anti-American stunts…Can’t believe they still don’t get it! Bet they will when the funds are totally defunct due to “The No Fans Left”. And here is a quote from a Bronco’s fan: “I like seeing empty seats at Mile High, it tells you all you need to know about how people feel about this staff/qb.” Thanks, Danny, for keeping the “empty seat” news going-lol

  2. Danny says:

    Tim Tebow interview from 11/2


    Main topic is college football, no baseball talk.

    Video about 10 minutes long

    • ck says:

      Looks like he was at UK for SECN. You can tell he still loves football and glad about that. Thanks for the great link, Danny.

  3. ck says:

    Now for some serious subjects: VOTE & MAGA/KAG! Praying!!!

  4. Danny says:

    Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen Doesn’t Rule Out Tim Tebow Making Opening Day Roster


    “Tim Tebow could potentially be headed to the major leagues in 2019.

    New York Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen is apparently a believer in the former NFL star, saying Tuesday that he won’t rule out the possibility of Tebow making the team’s Opening Day roster, according to Jon Morosi of MLB Network.”

  5. Danny says:

    Just a brief reminder to all

    Single A Columbia Fireflies BA .220
    Advanced A St. Lucie Mets BA .231
    Double A Binghamton Rumble Ponies BA .273

    Not to mention across the board stat increases as well. Tebow is proving it for sure.

  6. ck says:

    Pins/needles in FL. Glad we WON!!! Hope God keeps performing miracles and helps Trump as well as this country!!! TYG!!!

    • Danny says:

      Great catch.

      It really all depends on how Tim does during spring training. If Tim has a blowout spring training, expect him to be on the 40 and on the Opening Day roster. I could certainly see him in AAA as well.

      On 11/5 they took OF’s Cespedes and Legares off the DL. Not sure if that’s a formality since the season is over or if indeed they are healthy. In fact there is no one on the DL so it may indeed be a formality.

      Right now there are five outfielders on the 40 man:

      Jay Bruce
      Yoenis Cespedes
      Michael Conforto
      Juan Lagares
      Brandon Nimmo

      For now, Austin Jackson is out of the picture as he is a free agent. Not sure if the Mets plan to re-sign him. He’s the one they signed back on July 27th. I believed then that Tebow was slated to move up on July 23rd but he got hurt. The Mets then signed Jackson as a short term option. In other words, if Tebow was there they wouldn’t have signed Jackson.

      I still think that Tebow is the best OF in the Mets organization not on the 40 man roster. A couple AAA outfielders had a chance to step up in the bigs and they didn’t handle it well at all.

      Great link within the article too about Syracuse as well. Smart move by the Mets to create a regional brand to develop fan support. Tebow will really jump start that for sure.

      • ck says:

        You are right about Tebow being able to handle the “pressure” and having an advantage–def. a factor in being successful in the mental game for sure. Appreciate all the details, Danny.

    • ck says:

      Thanks TMA for the link and great pics too!;D

    • David says:

      Thanks for the articles, TMA. It’s kind of hard for the naysayers to deny that Tebow is bound for the majors now.
      Cespedes had his surgery on his second ankle on Oct. 23rd and his recovery time is still an unknown. This may provide a roster spot for Tebow on opening day.

  7. Danny says:

    Here’s an update on Tebow’s baseball activities:

    From Mets beat writer Anthony DiComo

    Tebow with Mets in ’19? There’s a chance …
    Former football star on ‘mission’ to play in MLB, Van Wagenen says


    • TheMascotArmy says:

      Good find. Nice to see he’s been batting for a while.

    • ck says:

      Where are all the critics now?!!! “Along the way, he has developed a reputation as a tireless worker; during his first professional season, Tebow frequently took batting practice until his hands bled.” A WINNER WHO NEVER GIVES UP!!!
      Two thumbs up on this article-tks, Danny.

  8. Danny says:

    With Van Wagenen’s comments in mind, here’s why Tim Tebow might be worthy of a Mets roster spot


    This article dovetails in a bit of a different direction. The main focus of the article isn’t necessarily Tebow’s ability, but the arguments for a roster spot for Tebow based on being a positive impact to his teammates and the Mets organization.

    Interesting read.

    • ck says:

      Nice article and sounds like the author was skeptical at first-NOW, “A BELIEVER”!
      Like Tebow’s quote: “No one thinks I can do it, but I love trying to prove people wrong so, I’m excited about the challenge.”
      Also, according to someone’s comment, he will be in Tampa @ Tropicana Field for a “Christian Revival Event” sometime in Dec. where over 20,000 expected to attend!
      Thanks, again, Danny, for all the updates–much appreciated.;D

  9. TheMascotArmy says:

    Here’s another one, not much new information, BUT I like seeing that they point out how he did in June and July. That’s a big deal that often gets overlooked.


    • Danny says:

      Excellent TMA!

      The big takeaway here is the sudden change in language from “expect” to “will” as referencing what’s in store for Tebow after spring training. Of course, if he has a blowout Spring Training, and if things work right, he may be on the Opening Day roster.

      I like this quote…”Timmy is not a guy you want to put restraints on,” new Mets general manager Brodie Van Wagenen said Wednesday. “If he sees a block, he’s going to work that much harder to go overcome whatever somebody places on him. I believe in him.”

      That quote is exactly true. Some people you just have to put out there, they take their lumps, learn and become even better athletes. That’s Tim Tebow. He gets no benefit from staying in A ball or AA ball for three years.

      If the NFL took that approach, Tim would have been a great QB, possibly a SB win or two. Detractors simply said that he can’t do this or can’t do that and refused to judge potential.

      Sometimes you just have to let wild horses run.

      • ck says:

        Yeah, that’s what they were afraid of that he would be better than they are and a HOF plus giving God all the credit on top of it! Couldn’t agree more, Danny. He is goal oriented to say the least and it shows–what an inspiration!!!
        Not even an injury slows him down from pursuing his dreams…could take a lesson.

    • David says:

      Excellent points. You guys are on fire and it’s good to see Tebow with a GM that believes in him and credits him for what he has done on the field. The NFL failed to do that.

    • ck says:

      Agreed, TMA. Thanks for the great link too!;D

  10. Shirley says:

    Just catching up on the Tebow news, thank you guys!

  11. Danny says:

    The Syracuse Mets 2019 schedule:


    Opening Day April 4 home game vs. Pawtucket Red Sox

    146 days to Opening Day!

  12. Danny says:

    Sad sad showing for the NFL game at Oakland today:

    Note that they even tarped off the upper bowl and it still looks sparse.


    • ck says:

      Speaks volumes and they have to sell at half-price these days! Wonder if they will get the message that the fans have decided to spend their valuable time elsewhere instead of paying for unpatriotic thugs…TYVM, Danny, for finding.

  13. Danny says:

    Tim Tebow SEC Nation Interview 11-9-18

    Just SEC talk


    • ck says:

      Does this mean that he is NOT going to have time for MLB? No clue about a possible game show in the works and was surprised to find this out…heard it hear first–thanks, Danny, for the great updates. Wondering if they are trying to divert his attention since he has a legit “baseball” career? Lots of questions on this one. Don’t really watch liberal channels except stick to Fox/700 Club mostly and Weather Channel. Might have to see this tho!;D

      • Danny says:

        LeBron James is the executive producer of this show. Tim was hired to do this gig so he really doesn’t have any ownership in this venture.

        Think of it this way – if anyone has seen the hosts of America Ninja Warrior, that’s basically what Tim is doing.

        They can tape an entire series in a week or two if they wanted. There’s 10 shows so this is certainly a mid season replacement kind of show.

        This is the kind of show that’s in Tim’s wheelhouse. I really don’t see this as diverting his attention that much from baseball.

  14. Danny says:

    Tim Tebow sets sail on USS Carl Vinson | Veterans Day


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