Tim Tebow's professional baseball career got off to a perfect start.
The former football star who is now a 29-year-old prospect with the
And this is what he did with the very first pitch he saw:
That's one hit, one at-bat, one home run.
According to Sports Illustrated, the ball was thrown by former Vanderbilt pitcher John Kilichowski, who is now with the St. Louis Cardinals organization. And he's a big Florida football fan.
And it just so happens Tebow won two national championships and a
Anyway, I digress. Later on Wednesday, Tebow hit into a double play on his second professional at-bat.
Which just goes to show nobody's perfect.
Not even Tim Tebow.