Tebow, being the nice guy that he is, obliged by speaking into the camera and wishing "Miss Margaret" the following message: "What's up Miss Margaret, it's Tim Tebow".
Tim Tebow had a scary moment on Saturday night when he took a fastball to the head in a game vs. the Tampa Yankees.
The best part was seeing the grandmother's reaction.
"That's something, to hear him say your name", Miss Margaret said in the video.
The third-place Mets could promote Tebow as a publicity stunt to help draw more fans to Citi Field as a lousy campaign winds down.
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He previously greeted a nine-year-old boy with autism before heading to the plate during a game. As her grandson says, Tebow's gesture gave her the "biggest smile she's had since her stroke".
Not only has he made fans happy, but he has also played decent baseball for the Mets.
Fact: Grandma Margaret is a HUGE Tim Tebow fan.
Tebow is now batting.239 for St. Lucie with five home runs and 27 RBIs.
Terp wrote a note of thanks to Tebow for taking the time to make her day, noting it was the biggest smile she's had since her stroke.