Tim Tebow gets first hit of spring, strikes out against Nationals' Max Scherzer
Tebow is back in action for the Mets in spring training
Predictably, Tebow's at-bat versus Scherzer didn't last long and didn't go well for the former QB:
Later on, though, Tebow recorded a hit (his first of the spring) against Nationals prospect Erick Fedde. Here's the visual:
Tebow had previously been dealing with a sprained ankle he suffered after tripping over a sprinkler. He figures to see more action in big-league games over the next few weeks.
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