SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Six weeks into his latest baseball adventure, Tim Tebow is still struggling to find his stroke with the Syracuse Mets at the top rung of minor league ball.
He remains unflappable in spite of the numbers.
"I think I'm improving. I'm working, developing," Tebow said Thursday before the Mets played a night game. "I think I'm getting better, adapting to some really good players, and I think that's important."
The former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner is on a first-place team in the International League that's thrived on its pitching, and Tebow's offensive contributions have been minimal.