Tebow done for season with cut hand

Tim Tebow New York Mets

Tim Tebow New York Mets

The former Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback turned minor-league outfielder with the New York Mets reportedly will miss the rest of the season due to a laceration he suffered last month on his left hand, according to MLB.com's Anthony DiComo.

Tebow suffered a cut that required eight stitches in his left hand.

Newsday writer Tim Healey tweeted that the deep cut on the finger won't heal in time for Tebow to play again this year. His 2018 season end early due to a broken hand.

Coming off a breakthrough season in Double A, there had been some buzz in spring training that maybe Tebow would get the call up to the big leagues at some point this season.

Here's to hoping the next Tim Tebow update is more uplifting. Unfortunately, there was only minimal improvement as the season progressed.

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Tim Tebow's season with the Syracuse Mets has come to an end.

In 77 games with Triple-A Syracuse this season, Tebow finished with a.163 batting average, four home runs and 19 RBIs.

What's next for Tim Tebow?

It remains extremely unlikely Tebow, who moonlights as an ESPN College Football analyst, will make the major leagues.

The Mets expect Tebow, who turns 32 next week, back in 2020 for his fourth season of pro baseball.

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