Tim Tebow Aids Baseball Fan Who Had Seizure At Game

October 12, 2016

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Seems Tim Tebow is earning a reputation as a Superman.  The former Florida Gator and NFL quarterback recently picked up baseball and was recruited as part of the New York Mets organization, playing minor league baseball in Arizona as member of the Scottsdale Scorpions.  Yesterday, Tim was playing outfield as his team eventually won the game against Glendale Desert Dogs, a minor league team for another major league organization.  It was a good game for spectator, 30 year old Brandon Berry, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor, which makes him susceptible to seizures, which happened following the game.  That's when Tim raced over to comfort the man, who says he was disoriented when he came out of the seizure when he saw Tim, who stayed with Barry for 15-20 minus until paramedics arrived, talking and praying with him.  Although Berry doesn't remember much, he did remember that he told Tebow that he is Georgia Bulldog fan.  Tebow reportedly grinned and said “You're a Bulldog? You’re kidding me. Don’t even know how to respond to that." Berry was released from the hospital later in the day.


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