Tim Tebow’s first minor league baseball card hit the shelves Wednesday and the odds of getting one is one out of 101 packs.
Tebow’s card which features him in a white Columbia Fireflies No. 15 jersey is a part of 200-card set with Topps Pro Debut Baseball set. It’s the first time Tebow has appeared on a baseball trading card wearing an official Minor League Baseball uniform.
If you don’t have any luck opening up a pack to find Tebow’s card you can buy on online. Auctions on Ebay with Tebow’s card are selling for as much as $150.
Tebow is batting .224/.312/.360 with three homers and 14 RBIs in 36 games with the Single-A Mets affiliate.
And remember what he did in his MLB trial late last season? In 27 games in 2016, Judge struck out 42 times and batted just .179 with a .263 on-base percentage and four homers. So, yeah, it’s surprising that the big guy leads the majors with his 17 home runs, to go along with an eye-opening .323 average, a 1.112 OPS and a 3.2 WAR that’s second only to Mike Trout in the AL.
In 282 plate appearances with the Reds last year, he hit exactly nine home runs, so, yeah, it’s a bit surprising that he’s already popped 15 in 197 PAs this season and is tied with superstar Bryce Harper for the NL lead. And it’s not all about Cincy’s hitter-friendly park, either ’ nine of his 15 homers have been hit on the road. He’s not the only one in Cincinnati with pop this year; Adam Duvall (14), Joey Votto (13) and Eugenio Suarez (10) are in double digits in home runs, too