World-renowned athlete and devout Christian, Tim Tebow, has yet again made a positive impact amongst his fans.
After his baseball game yesterday, in Florida, Tebow was signing autographs when one fan asked him to say hello to his grandmother, Miss Margaret. Characteristically, the former NFL quarterback obliged, and the fan captured the moment on camera to take back to Tebow’s biggest fan.
In the video, Tebow says, “What’s up, Miss Margaret, it’s Tim Tebow. Hope you’re having a great day, God bless.”
Danny Terp, the grandson to Miss Margaret, posted the video on Twitter of Tebow saying hello along with his grandmother’s reaction. The video has since gone viral due to Miss Margaret’s priceless response when she hears the all-star athlete say her name.
Terp said it was the happiest he has seen his grandmother since she had a stroke.
To no surprise, this is not the first time Tebow has made such an impact. A few weeks ago, while playing in a game between his St. Lucie Mets and the Charlotte Stone Crabs, a nine-year-old boy, Seth Bosch, came up to him while he was taking practice swings in the on-deck circle. Tebow noticed the young boy, turned around and shook his hand through the netting.
When he stepped up to the plate afterward, the generous athlete knocked it out of the park.
Watch the video below:
— Danny Terp (@YungDaniel300) August 13, 2017
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