Tim Tebow meets autistic fan--Smacks 3-run Homer. Karma!

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At this point, it’s no longer whether you’re ready to accept Tim Tebowthe baseball player.

It’s whether the Catholic Church is ready to accept him as a saint.

Because he’s not just getting minor league followers, he’s getting major league props for what he did yesterday.

Okay so he homered… again.

But that’s nothing new as he’s been doing that pretty regularly since being called up to the Mets Single-A Ports Saint Lucy club.

But last night, what he did before was, well, so Tim Tebow.

See, back on August 29th, Tebow met young Seth Bosch at Charlotte Sports Park, where Tebow’s St. Lucie Mets were facing the Charlotte Stone Crabs.

Seth has high-functioning autism and also suffers from neurofibromatosis, a genetic disorder that produces tumors on the nerve tissue, and was back at the game last night and made his way down from the seats his parents had behind home plate.

And while there was a conference on the Stone Crabs pitching mound and Tebow stood on the on-deck circle he began waving to Tebow to come over.

And Tebow came over—insert lump in throat—shook Seth hands through the netting, went to the plate,.. and smacked a three-run homer.



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