Tim Tebow’s Day: Goes Hitless, Runs Into Wall, Prays Over Seizure Victim

Tim Tebow’s Day: Goes Hitless, Runs Into Wall, Prays Over Seizure Victim
  • Rick Chandler

It was the first day of the Arizona Fall League for the Mets, and Tim Tebow was front and center as he is in all things.

Tebow didn’t get a hit — in fact he didn’t get the ball out of the infield (three groundouts). He made better contact in the outfield, as he ran head first into the wall in the fifth inning.

But according to ABC-15’s Kari Van Horn, a man began having a seizure after the game. Then this happened:

Ok, calm down sweetheart. That seems miraculous, but that’s kind of how seizures happen. Eventually they stop, and the victim breathes again. But you’ll never convince his most devoted supporters that Tebow didn’t lay hands on the man and cure him.

And so the legend of Tebow continues just as it always has. You may not want him for his hitting or defense, but on the plus side you don’t have to pay a trainer.