Tim Tebow reacts in the Syracuse Mets dugout to getting the silent treatment from his teammates after hitting his first career Triple-A home run
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Credit: Danny Tripodi
Syracuse, NY - Tim Tebow hit his first Triple-A home run, but the Syracuse Mets fell to the Columbus Clippers, 8-2, on a sunny Sunday afternoon at NBT Bank Stadium.
Columbus (24-17) started the scoring with a four-run top of the second inning. Brandon Barnes singled, and Bobby Bradley walked. Trayce Thompson followed with his ninth home run of the season to post a 3-0 Clippers lead. From there, Eric Haase walked, and two ba... Full Story