Tim Tebow isn’t a usually former NFL actor perplexing to make it in baseball.
Sanders Commings, a former defensive behind for a Kansas City Chiefs and a University of Georgia, is operative with late MLB star Jerry Hairston Jr. in an bid to take adult a competition permanently. According to FOX Sports’ Ken Rosenthal, a span are already talking with teams about a probable minor-league deal, with a intensity showcase in Arizona scheduled for Mar 8.
“If he had selected baseball, he would be in a vital leagues right now,” Hairston told Rosenthal. “He’s a Starlin Marte form of talent. He’s that good.”
While Tebow’s ball bid was radically started from scratch, Commings has been beheld among ball circles before. The 26-year-old was drafted in a 37th turn of a 2008 MLB breeze out of high propagandize by a Arizona Diamondbacks, though inaugurated to dedicate to a University of Georgia to continue his education.
Though he would eventually pierce full-time to football during a university, Commings did try to say his ball connection.
“I would work out with a Georgia ball team,” Commings said, according to Rosenthal. “But each time we had some stroke going and was starting to feel it, we had to news for open football.”