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Tim Tebow Will Not Record a Hit for the Mets – Latest Odds

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Mar/08/2017

Bookmaker has set odds on Tim Tebow joining the New York Mets following a failed NFL career.

Odds do not favor Tebow recording a hit during his plate appearances.

Total strikeouts by Tim Tebow during Grapefruit League spring training games

Over 2.5 (-130)

Under 2.5 (+100)

Will Tim Tebow record a hit during Grapefruit League spring training games?

Yes (+130)

No (-160)

Will Tim Tebow hit a home run during Grapefruit League spring training games?

Yes (+1300)

No (-2500)

Result of Tim Tebow’s first at-bat in the Grapefruit League spring training game

Strikeout -180

Fly out +400

Ground out +585

Hit (single, double, triple, home run) +805

Walk +1000

Hit by pitch +2025

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