Tebow crashes into wall, has tough debut in Arizona

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Baseball Tim Tebow's debut in the Arizona Fall League for the Scottsdale Scorpions on Tuesday didn't look so good on paper. He grounded out in all three at-bats.But it gets stranger. On one of those groundouts, Tebow looked lost as he tapped the ball in front of the plate, then stood there as the catcher tagged him out. Tim Tebow grounds out on tapper in front of plate in 6th. He thought it was foul. #Mets #AFL pic.twitter.com/pWYA5gz2Rv— Jake Rill (@JakeDRill) October 11, 2016MORE: We should want to be more like TebowIt didn't get much easier in the field, e

ither. On one play, he crashed into the outfield wall chasing a fly ball that dropped for a double. Probably the most action @TimTebow has ever gotten pic.twitter.com/e0C9NnnHPD— Seth Gillitzer (@Sethgillitzer) October 11, 2016Sentiment on Tebow's Arizona debut was definitely mixed. Went around the ballpark and asked Mets fans what they think of Tebow so far: An elderly couple told me, "Not good," and "I'm sorry, son."— Bob McManaman (@azbobbymac) October 11, 2016And a younger female Mets fan said: "He looks so sexy." So, you know, that's it in a nutshell, I supposoed. Back to work.— Bob McManaman (@azbobbymac) October 11, 2016MORE: Photos from Tebow's instructional league stintSeems like ages ago since the former pro quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner cracked a home run on his first pitch in the Florida Instructional League. He'll have better days than this.

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