Watch: Tim Tebow Makes Game-Ending Diving Catch

Columbia Fireflies outfielder Tim Tebow is struggling a bit at the plate, but he flashed some leather Thursday. Up 3-2 over the Lexington Legends in the ninth inning and with one out remaining, Tebow made a not-so-graceful diving catch to preserve

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Watch: Bush 43 Videobombs at Rangers Game

Former President George W. Bush was in attendance Wednesday to see the Texas Rangers host the Philadelphia Phillies. As Fox Sports Southwest’s Emily Jones shared a report during the live broadcast, the former Rangers owner, drink in hand, walked by and shouted,

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Watch: Tebow Launches Second Minor League Home Run

Columbia Fireflies outfielder Tim Tebow hit his second home run in three games on Sunday. The former Heisman winner took Augusta Greenjackets reliever Jose Morel deep for a three-run home run over the rightfield wall in the fifth inning. Tebow, a

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FS1’s Sharpe on Tebow: ‘He’s Not Good at Anything’

Fox Sports 1 “Undisputed” co-host Shannon Sharpe lamented Friday that former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is trying his hand at baseball in the New York Mets organization after the 29-year-old launched a home run in his minor league debut the night before.

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Watch: Tim Tebow Homers in First Minor League At-Bat

Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow made his minor league debut Thursday, and in Tim Tebow fashion, he started his career off with a bang. In his first official at-bat for the Class A Columbia Fireflies, the 29-year-old swatted one just over

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Trump to Mariano Rivera: Yankees ‘Could Use You Now’

Former New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was at the White House Wednesday as part of a session on opioid and drug abuse. After Rivera introduced himself, President Donald Trump reminisced over his stellar career. “Oh, they could use you now,”

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Watch: Mets Prospect Snags Flying Bat with One Hand

Major League Baseball’s spring training is underway again, and New York Mets shortstop prospect Luis Guillorme is already making an impression on the big league club. Thursday, Miami Marlins shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria swung and lost the bat. The bat flew

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