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As Tim Tebow continues his attempt at transitioning from an unemployed quarterback to a professional baseball player, the Heisman winner is starting to sell autographed baseball memorabilia.

By SI Wire
August 15, 2016

As Tim Tebow continues his attempt at transitioning from an unemployed quarterback to a professional baseball player, the Heisman winner is starting to sell autographed baseball memorabilia.

Through memorabilia provider TD Autographs, Tebow will be selling autographed baseballs and bats. Both items are being sold on TD Autographs' website, with balls going for $125 and bats for $175.

Tebow’s agents announced last week that he would be actively pursuing a career in baseball and plans to hold workouts with all 30 MLB teams this month.

Tebow hasn’t played baseball since his junior year of high school, but has received support from former MLB players Gary Sheffield and Chad Moeller. 

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