There's something about the first at-bat of the season that just gets Tim Tebow going.
All of the field-level box seats at NYSEG Stadium were sold on the blustery night, and although plenty of seats were empty, Tebow's arrival lured Mets chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon north from New York City to take a closer look at the organization's most unusual prospect. A team source told the News this spring that Tebow's arrival in Queens could come as soon as this September, when Major League Baseball rosters expand.
In his very first at-bat in Double-A, former Heisman victor Tim Tebow showed us all why he's right not to give up on this whole baseball thing.
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Starting pitcher Francisco Rios went four innings, limiting the Yard Goats to four hits. I think that was something our team really fed off today, was just the energy.
"I was pretty cynical", he said. The energy from each other, from the fans.
The Mets have high expectations for the 30-year-old Tebow, who started in left field and hit seventh for the Rumble Ponies. Next inning when we ran into each other in the dugout I was like, I told him "That's pretty impressive". Guess what happened in that first at-bat (on the first pitch, in fact).
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I like the Mariners' offense better right now, but with Gibson on the mound nothing will be easy for Seattle . Paxton gave up a two-run home run in the sixth and got a no-decision.
First pitch is set for 7:05 pm.
The game was also Darren Fenster's first as Sea Dogs manager after replacing Carlos Febles.
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