BREAKING: Tim Tebow Just Got Life Changing News

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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Tim Tebow has had the odds stacked against him. From the doctors who urged his mother to abort him to enduring ridicule and scorn from the oh-so-tolerant left for his religious convictions, Tebow has had an uphill battle in many ways.

The former pro NFL quarterback signed with the New York Mets baseball organization in September and spent time in the Florida Instructional League and the Arizona Fall League.

And now New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson said Sunday he believes Tim Tebow will be playing in the major league!

When he kneels he is thanking God for blessing him- not protesting the fact that you need to be a law abiding citizen or your ass will end up  in prison.

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Alderson made the comments after a workout at the Mets spring training facility in Port St. Lucie, Fla., putting some pressure on the quarterback-turned-outfielder in his second full season as a professional.

“Somebody asked me whether I think he’ll be a major league player at some point,” Alderson said. “I think he will play in the major leagues. That’s my guess. That’s my hope, and to some extent now after a year and a half, a modest expectation.”

Tebow spent all of 2017 in the minor leagues and did not play above Class A Advanced, which is where most of the novice minor league baseball players start out.

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Tebow told reporters that he wouldn’t view missing the majors as a failure in his career.

“If that doesn’t happen, I won’t look back and regret playing baseball because I’ve already enjoyed it and put so much work into it and been fun,” he said. “There’s a difference between what you hope for and what you view as success.”

Tebow spent 2017 between the St. Lucie Mets of the Class A Advanced Florida State League and the Columbia Fireflies of the Class A South Atlantic League. In 126 games between both teams, he had a .226 batting average with eight home runs and 52 RBI.

“The goal is to one day play in the bigs. It was definitely a dream of mine when I was a kid.” ~Tim Tebow

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“For me, it was going into the offseason and knowing what I had to work on. It was my first time playing a baseball season in 12 years since my junior year of high school,” Tebow said. “It’s hard to fully make changes in a season when you’re competing one night, you work on it the next day and you compete the next night. It’s hard for those changes to really lock in.”

As for the possibility of making the major league roster come April, Tebow would somehow have to manage to beat out corner outfielders Yoenis Cespedes and Jay Bruce for a starting job and Brandon Nimmo for a spot on the Mets’ bench.

“I’m part of the Mets family. For me, success is going to be defined by giving it everything I have and being the best I can be.” ~Tim Tebow

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 Eaglesin 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.

TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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