WACH: Tebow talks baseball on Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) -- It's not everyday a minor league baseball player from the Columbia Fireflies appears as a guest on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. But then again, it's not everyday you have a guy like Tim Tebow playing for your organization.
After a four-game road stand in Lakewood Township, N.J against the BlueClaws, Tebow shot up to New York to talk baseball with host Jimmy Fallon.
“I’m obviously doing it for the money," joked Tebow to Fallon. "I think I get like twelve hundred dollars a month.”
In addition to baseball, he also promoted his new book, “Know Who You Are, Live like it Matters: A Homeschooler’s Interactive Guide to Discovering Your True Identity,” which was released this week. It's the third book that Tebow has released who shares what he believes what should really matter to a person in life.
The Fireflies return to Columbia tonight to host West Virginia as they open up a seven-game home stand. First pitch is slated for 7:05 PM.