Published: Mon, August 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Tebow's Syracuse Season Done Due to Cut Pinky

Tebow's Syracuse Season Done Due to Cut Pinky

For the second straight year, Tim Tebow will finish the minor league season on the shelf.

Newsday writer Tim Healey tweeted that the deep cut on the finger won't heal in time for Tebow to play again this year.

Mets manager Tony DeFrancesco hinted this was a possibility.

Mets minor leaguer and former National Football League quarterback Tim Tebow is expected to miss the rest of the season due to a cut on his left hand.

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Despite the poor results in AAA, Healy also reports the big league Mets expect to have Tebow back in the organization next season.

It appears Tim Tebow's disappointing season in Triple-A has come to an early end. Tebow, 31, a former star at Nease High and the University of Florida, was playing with Triple-A Syracuse in the New York Mets farm system.

Tebow finishes 2019 hitting.163 with 4 home runs, 19 RBIs, 98 strikeouts and 20 walks in 239 at-bats over 77 games. Last year, he missed the final two months of his season with Double-A Binghamton after breaking a bone in his right hand and undergoing surgery.

DiComo reports that Tebow's injuries have prevented the Mets from considering calling him up.

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