Tim Tebow's potential call-up to Mets takes hit with trip to Double-A disabled list

The only man who can make the Mets watchable again is hurt.

Tim Tebow landed on Double-A Binghamton’s disabled list Saturday after suffering a sore wrist following a mid-game swing earlier in the week, according to WBNG News.

The minor league all-star will meet with a specialist Monday to get behind the issue.

“The organization and our medical trainer required him to go to New York as soon as possible,” Rumble Ponies manager Luis Rojas said. “We have to find out what the discomfort is. We just have to make sure that it's nothing major."

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With freak injuries like this, it seems the chosen one will fit right in when — errrr, if — he’s called up to the Mets later this season.

Tebow, 30, is slashing .273 with six home runs to go along with 36 RBIs this season.

Stats aside, The News’ Peter Botte in June predicted Tebow would be up in Flushing by season’s end.

That’s still probably a safe bet, so long as Tebow can get past this injury blimp.

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