Mets manager Terry Collins said that the team may try to give OF Tim Tebow more playing time in major league games this spring following his 1-for-3 effort on Saturday, according to Marc Carig of NJ.com.
"He's worked very hard, not only in the minor leagues but with our guys here," Collins said. "We're here to try to help him get better. I still think we'll try to get him over a few more times."
Collins added that Tebow can "get a lot" from playing at the major league level and that he hopes he can carry the experience with him to the season.
Tebow is now hitting .235 in six Grapefruit League games this spring, picking up four hits in 17 at-bats.