Tim Tebow strikes out as bat flies into the second deck

Ruben Hill
June 19, 2017

It did not end on a high note.

According to MiLB.com, Tebow is now batting.228 with three home runs and 21 RBI.

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Charleston (34-36) finishes out the first half two games below.500 heading into the All-Star break before starting the second half on the road in Greenville with a clean slate on Thursday.

Jordan Humphreys (10-1) pitched six innings and only allowed one run in his 11th start of the season. First baseman Brandon Wagner and designated hitter Ben Ruta singled and came into score from a two RBI double from catcher Donny Sands to take a 4-1 lead.

Matt Frawley (4-1) got the win with two innings of scoreless, one-hit relief while Columbia starter Gabriel Llanes (4-4) took the loss in the South Atlantic League game.

AT THE PLATE: Tebow's average held steady at.224 after going 5 of 23 for the week at the plate.

IN THE FIELD: Tebow made his fifth error of the season this week with a bad throw in a loss to Charleston.

Tim Tebow didn't have the best at bat on Saturday night.


Tebow then grabbed a new bat and dutifully struck out.

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