Tim Tebow has an inspiring message for his haters
While some have been impressed by Tim Tebow's decision to pursue a career in baseball, many have mocked him for it.
But the former NFL player doesn't care what anyone thinks.
After his workout on Tuesday, he told media that, no matter what happens, he has no regrets.
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"You pursue what you love, right?," Tebow said. "When did pursuing what you love become a bad thing?"
"A lot of people say, 'but what if you fail? What if you don't make it?," he continued. "Guess what, I don't have to live with regret. I did everything I could."
According to USA TODAY Sports, reactions from scouts ranged from "better than I expected" to "a waste of time."
Tebow, on the other hand, thought the day went "pretty well." In fact, he hit a home run on the sixth pitch of the day.
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But will that be enough to land Tebow on an MLB roster?
This may be his last shot in professional sports, but only time will tell if a future in baseball is actually realistic.
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