Everyone's favorite former quarterback, Tim Tebow, continued to pursue his dream of playing baseball in the bigs with his Arizona Fall League debut on Tuesday.

For a quick refresher: Tebow signed with the Mets and reported to instructional league, which is as low-level as the minors gets but it still professional baseball. He homered in his first at-bat and ended up going 4-14 with just the one extra-base hit. Now in the Arizona Fall League, Tebow faces stiff competition from some of baseball's top prospects, most coming from Double-A and Triple-A this past season.

Got it? Good!

First off, Tebow crashed into the outfield wall in left while attempting to haul in a fly ball:

Tim Tebow had a unwelcome encounter in AFL action Tuesday. USATSI

Ouch. The warning track is your friend, Tim.

At the plate, Tebow went 0 for 3 with three groundouts in his first AFL game on Tuesday. Here is his first at-bat, in which he grounded out to second (footage via William Boor of MLB.com):

So we have him at 4 for 17 now overall, which is a .235 average.

As has been previously noted in this space, he's a project, so the numbers aren't of the greatest concern right now.