Mets OF Tim Tebow, whose season ended in July due to a broken hamate bone in his right hand that required surgery, will likely be back in 2019 for more Tebow Time.
"I'd be surprised if he didn't want to continue," assistant GM John Ricco recently said, according to Newsday.
Tebow hit .273/.336/.399 with six HR and 36 RBI in 84 games this season for Double-A Binghamton. On July 11, he served as the Eastern League's designated hitter in the Double-A All-Star Game.
Prior to that game, Tebow said he wasn't thinking about a potential call-up to the Mets this season.
"I can't worry about any of that. I have to stay focused on the process and not the maybes, not the hypothetical, not the what-ifs," Tebow said. "I don't think that's a place that an athlete can live."