Tim Tebow is looking to broaden his resume and add “professional baseball player” to his most current careers.
This may seem funny to some, but the 29-year-old college football analyst was an All-State baseball player in 2005 and had an impressive batting average of .494 when he was only a junior. Sources say he has been training for the past year, and the people who have seen him train are amazed at his skillset.
Tebow will be holding a workout later in August, where he has invited all 30 MLB teams to attend, so he may have the opportunity to showcase his talents as an outfielder.
Not to worry Tebow fans, he will still be broadcasting for ESPN while pursuing his field of dreams.