Tim Tebow likely done for season after freak injury with Mets minor league team

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    Any long-shot chance Mets prospect Tim Tebow had to play in the major leagues this season has likely been dashed, after the former college football star and NFL quarterback injured his hand swinging a bat during a minor league game.

    Tebow, who turns 31 next month, broke the hamate bone in his right hand and is set to have surgery Tuesday.

    He is likely done for the season, ESPN's Adam Schefter tweeted, citing an MLB source.

    Tebow, an Eastern League All-Star with the Double-A Binghamton Rumble Ponies, appeared to injure himself during a swing in the seventh inning of Thursday's game, The New York Post reported. The left fielder was placed on the disabled list Saturday.

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