It’s been quite the struggle for Tim Tebow in Triple-A, but it felt pretty damn good on Sunday.
The former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback finally stepped up to the plate and smashed his first career home run for the Syracuse Mets.
When he got back to the bench his teammates did the old silent treatment tradition for someone’s first homer before celebrating with him:
Despite Tebow’s home run, the Mets would go on to lose to the Columbus Clippers.
Tebow has played in 34 games this year for Syracuse and is hitting just .157 with 17 hits in 108 at-bats.