Playing for a New York organization the second time, Tim Tebow said his tenure with the Mets is nothing like his first go-round in the Big Apple, when he was still on the gridiron with the Jets.
Tebow, at spring training with the Mets until Monday when he was reassigned to Minor League camp, was asked how the two experiences compared. The former quarterback and current outfielder had this to say.
"It's totally different than the Jets here," Tebow said. "I don't know there's much comparison at all. It's very, very different circumstances and I think this is one where there's been open communication the whole time -- knowing, understanding, learning. I think that's something I've really head with [Mets manager] Mickey [Callaway], with [general manager] Brodie [Van Wagenen], with everyone, and still will going forward."
Tebow is expected to begin the baseball season with Triple-A Syracuse.