Tebow 'has to make adjustments,' Triple-A manager says

null Baseball Tim Tebow's season is off to a rough start.How rough? The Mets outfielder's Triple-A average

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dipped to .130 after he went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts on Sunday. He's also struck out 32 times in just 23 games. Chad Green vs. Tim Tebow went, well, probably exactly how you’d think it would go: 95, 95, 96, strikeout.Four Ks in two innings for Green. Only 28 pitches, so he should be good to go for a third inning. pic.twitter.com/OgvfloHFF1— Conor Foley (@RailRidersTT) May 3, 2019MORE: Watch 'ChangeUp,' a new live whiparound show on DAZN“It’s very difficult right now, some of the pitching that’s coming at him,” Syracuse Mets manager Tony DeFrancesco told the Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin. “He hadn’t seen much of that at Double-A last year. Guys are pounding him in and he has to learn how to make adjustments.” Even if Tebow makes the changes necessary to succeed, it's unlikely he will be able to make a significant impact given his age, as he's set to turn 32 in August.So, should he just accept the reality of his struggles and re-visit the idea of playing football again? It was recently revealed that he was given the opportunity.XFL commissioner Oliver Luck told Sports Illustrated that he "informally gauged" Tebow's interest at the College Football Championship in January. However, the former quarterback and 2007 Heisman Trophy winner said he's committed to baseball.While Tebow's chances of becoming an impact player in the majors become slimmer by the season, he remains optimistic and grateful."Every day, I'm all-in on pursuing this," Tebow said in March. "You've been around here, you've seen that. That's just my goal and we're going to give it as good a shot as we can."

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