Tim Tebow's horrendous Triple-A season rolled on a fashionable fashion Tuesday night when the former college football star and NFL quarterback finished Syracuse's 16-2 blowout win as the only member of the Mets to not record a hit.
And – somehow – it gets worse: one of those hitless at bats was a strikeout. Looking. With a position player pitching.
Tebow was up in the ninth inning with the Mets already leading the Buffalo Bisons at 13 runs. The Bisons had essentially thrown in the towel and did not want to move further on their pitchers, first put on baseman / outfielder Jordan Patterson on the mound instead.
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Patterson struck out Tebow looking at a pitch that appeared at the lower reach of the zone but still within it, according to Minor League Baseball's Gamecast.
Patterson finished the rest of the inning, allowing only one more run.
Tebow finished the game 0-for-4, but was told reporters after the game he feels as if he was at the record, according to the New York Post.
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Tebow, and All-Star at the Double-A level in 201