Tebow strikes out in 1st AB for Mets, called out vs Porcello

Posted March 11, 2017

A Colorado woman was arrested and charged with trespassing after apparently stalking Tim Tebow at the New York Mets' spring training facility in Port St. Lucie, Florida.

Thompson, 36, of Arvada, Colo. was issued a trespass warning on February 26 by Port St. Lucie Police and advised to leave the St. Lucie County area. According to a police report obtained the New York Daily News, she hung around the complex all day looking for Tebow and asking questions about him.

When asked what her relationship to Tebow was, specifically if they were in a friendly, platonic, romantic or a matrimonial relationship. She then provided Tebow's address in Jacksonville and said she lived with the quarterback-turned-outfielder, cops said.

Two days later, Thompson showed up again at the field and was arrested for trespassing.

An officer asked the woman for her driver's license and noticed a small sticker on the back that stated "I (heart symbol) Jesus/Tim Tebow".

Thompson remains in jail in St. Lucie County on a $750 bond.

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Asked on Friday whether he felt he had adequate security at Mets camp, Tebow said he "absolutely" feels safe.

Tebow briefly questioned the home plate umpire on each of his strikeouts, saying later that he questioned whether the pitches weren't outside the strike zone.

Tebow, 29, is in spring training with the Mets as he pursues a professional baseball career.

The 2007 Heisman Trophy victor did safely reach when he was hit by a pitch in the right shoulder from fellow Florida alum Brian Johnson.

"It was embarrassing what Tebow did before his first at-bat against righthander Rick Porcello, strolling toward the Red Sox' on-deck circle, clueless about where to go". He batted in the third inning against reigning AL Cy Young Award victor Rick Porcello and looked at strike three.

Tebow is a former University of Florida and National Football League quarterback and Heisman Trophy victor.