For what it's worth, that was probably the best throw of Tim Tebow's "illustrious" multi-sport career. It may have been unintentional, but if he had displayed that type of arm strength in the NFL then we might still be debating whether or not the undeserved media attention was worth keeping him on to not contribute anything as the 53rd man on a roster. After all, if the lifetime earning of JaMarcus Russell are any indication then eye-popping athletic feats that are completely meaningless and accomplish absolutely nothing can be pretty profitable.
In all seriousness, this play is pretty representative of why Tim Tebow needed to try a new sport. Name me one player that could do a better job turning himself into a public spectacle during a pathetically uncontested strikeout for a Minor League team that no one pays attention to...
Now whack yourself on the ass with a wooden spoon for being a no good, filthy liar. The former Florida Gator can't even swing at a ball and miss it completely without becoming a parodied version of a professional athlete. If you can't just go about your business and blend in as a crappy hitter in one of approximately one thousand inferior baseball leagues then is there really a sport you could play without making yourself a story for all the wrong reasons? I wish I could feel bad that - despite his best efforts - he's making a mockery of himself, but that would directly conflict with the belly laugh I let out as Tim Tebow's bat damn near flew into the upper deck.