According to Newsday's Tim Healey, the outfielder/DH intends to resume his minor league duties with the Mets following a full recovery, which won't happen until 2020.
Tim Tebow's time on the diamond is over - for now.
Tebow has now seen two consecutive seasons cut short by injuries after he suffered a broken hand last July.
Mets manager Tony DeFrancesco hinted this was a possibility.
It's a troubling update for Tebow, who showed promise in the New York Mets' minor league system before his move up to Triple-A.
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DiComo reports that Tebow's injuries have prevented the Mets from considering calling him up.
Since the move, Tebow has struggled mightily to find any sort of rhythm at the plate.
It appears Tim Tebow's disappointing season in Triple-A has come to an early end.
The left-handed hitting Tebow finished his 2019 season with a less-than-impressive.163 batting average, four home runs and 19 RBI, ESPN reported.
In 2018, he hit.273 at Double-A Binghamton with 6 homers and 36 RBIs in 271 at-bats over 84 games before breaking a bone in his right hand, an injury that ended his season.