by Larry LeoNovember 25, 2020
© Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Tim Tebow's MLB career is not over...yet. New York Mets president Sandy Alderson, who made it clear the franchise isn't ready to move on from the former NFL quarterback, spoke with Tebow over the weekend and it seems they reached an agreement to resume the Tim Tebow experiment next season...
"He’s anxious to come back," Alderson told the NY Post.
"And I told Tim, ‘Look, why would you want to end your quest based on a COVID-related reason? You didn’t get a chance to perform this year.’ He was hurt a little bit the previous year. So I think Tim is committed to coming back. And I think we’re committed to giving him an opportunity to do that and we’ll see where it goes."
Alderson says both sides realize Tim's baseball career will end at some point -- but that time isn't now!
"This is not a quest without end. At some point it will culminate. But I think that will be at a time when Tim and the organization come to some agreement about where he is and what his potential is. But I didn’t want him to go out based on some COVID-related interruption."
Filed Under: MLB
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com
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