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While the MLB season may be over, Tim Tebow is trying to make some noise in the Arizona Fall League. The former NFL quarterback hit a walk-off single to win Monday night's game.


With two outs and the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth, Tebow punched a ground ball past the third basemen's glove to give Scottsdale Scorpions a 4-3 victory over the Mesa Solar Sox.


But don't get too excited about Tebow's baseball career. The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner has collected just six hits in 41 at-bats for a .146 batting average in a dozen AFL games.

While Tebow's chances of making the majors appear to be slim to none, it sure looks like he is having fun. And one encouraging note for Tebow is that this hit came after getting some advice from Reggie Jackson.

"The whole day they had been throwing me outside fastballs and they had the shift on a little bit, and Mr. Jackson was just talking about letting it get deep and going with it," Tebow told the New York Daily News. "So first pitch tried to let it get deep and hit it opposite way, especially when they play you for a pull."


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