Tim Tebow baseball dream may be over before it has actually taken a proper shape. The 29-year-old recently revealed about his priorities in life and it looks like the sport is taking a lot of time away from him.
“Baseball takes a lot of time, and it’s not like I don’t have several other full-time jobs.” Tebow said to People magazine.
He admitted of his recent discovery on his father’s (Bob Tebow) Parkinson disease. Tebow admitted that the incident has left him emotional and he could go on to refocus on his life’s priorities.
Speaking on his father, the former NFL quarterback tuned baseball player also revealed that he wants to start a family. Tebow revealed that he wants to find himself a wife and start a family and have kids.
“I want my kids to know my dad and to learn the same lessons from him that I did” Tebow added.
However, has the man from Makati, Philippines already found his life partner? To this question, Tebow answered that he has faith in God and will trust the decision made by him. The former Heisman Trophy winner also said that once someone comes along at the right time, he will make her the priority of his life. However, Tebow has admitted that he will wait for the right woman.
Although Tebow has been on the receiving end of harsh criticism for deciding to switch to baseball, it has to be noted that the Fil-American was originally into the sport when he was at Nease High.
The outfielder was a big-swinging hitter and was able to send softball to around 450-feet from the home plate, as reported by Bleacher Report.
One may never know how Tebow would have fared if he chose to pursue baseball from the start instead of football.
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