Everything is going well for the Mets right now, but the same cannot be said for Tim Tebow.
The 31-year-old minor-league prospect's season is officially over due to an injury, according to Tim Healey of Newsday.
Tebow sustained a deep cut on his left pinkie finger last month and it is not expected to heal in time for him to play again this season.
Tebow has no played since July 21 and has struggled all year at the Triple-A level after being named a Double-A All-Star in 2018. In 77 games this season, Tebow hit a slash line of .163/.240/.255 with four home runs and 19 RBIs. He struck out 98 times in 239 at-bats.
Tebow's 2018 season was also cut short when he broke the hamate bone in his right hand last July.
Per Healey, the Mets expect Tebow -- who turns 32 next week -- to return next season in his fourth year in the organization's farm system.