It's not all bad in Mets land.
While the big league team continues its troubling ways, Tim Tebow finally hit his first homer of the season in the Minors on Sunday. Batting eighth and playing left field for Syracuse, Tebow followed David Thompson's solo shot with one of his own off Columbus' Asher Wojciechowski.
Tebow jumped on the first pitch and drove it over the right-field wall.
Tebow went on to strike out twice and finished 1-for-4. It's been an underwhelming campaign for the 31-year-old, who is testing the Triple-A waters for the first time. He is batting .157/.216/.231 with six extra-base hits (five doubles) and 11 RBIs, while striking out in almost 40 percent of his plate appearances (108 at-bats).