WATCH: Crowd In SHOCK After Tim Tebow Gets Beaned Right In The FACE- Look What He Immediately Did After

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Saturday night quarterback-turned-outfielder Tim Tebow played his 44th game since being promoted to the High Class-A St. Lucie Mets. He went 0 for 3 with two strikeouts, and is now hitting a respectable .248/.313/.407 with St. Lucie.

CBS Sports reports that during the game the fan who sang God Bless America asked Tebow to stand alongside her, and of course he obliged.

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Sweet moment. Say what you want about Tebow and his baseball career, but he makes people happy, and that’s what life is all about.

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“Moment of the night: fan w/ cerebral palsy sings God Bless America and asked Tebow to join her. This is what it’s all about”

Check it out!

Later in the game there was a scary moment when Tebow took a pitch to the head from Tampa Yankees pitcher Trevor Lane Saturday in the ninth inning.

He was able to stay in the game, fortunately. Here’s the video:

After getting checked out by coaches and training staff, Tebow took his base and eventually scored from first on a two-out double by J.C. Rodriguez.

Yikes. That scary. Minor league pitchers throw every bit as hard as big leagues, though often with much less control, so the chances of taking a pitch up high are terrifyingly good. Tebow was able to stay on his feet and stay in the game, so that’s good news. He seems to be OK.

Tebow won the Heisman Trophy with the Florida Gators and helped the team win two national championships. He played professionally for the Denver Broncos from 2010 to ’11 and led the team to a playoff overtime victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011 before joining the New York Jets in 2012.

Tebow spent time in training camps with the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles in 2013 and 2015, respectively, but he never played in the regular season for those teams.

We are big fans of Tim Tebow here at AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS and we wish him the very best.

Colin Kaepernick? He can rot in hell.

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