Tebow injures right hand in win over Trenton

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On Thursday, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies got a sensational performance from their bullpen, with David Roseboom, Daniel Zamora, and Ryder Ryan combining to toss eight innings of scoreless, four-hit ball.

However, that’s not the main storyline coming out of last night’s game.

All-Star outfielder Tim Tebow exited the game after the 7th inning against the Thunder with an apparent right hand or wrist injury.

Left field looking a little lonely today during Rumble Ponies batting practice.

Ponies manager Luis Rojas said Tebow’s injury stemmed from this swing here in the bottom of the 7th.

You can see he lets go of the bat with his right hand, an irregular follow-through for a lefty.

On Friday, Tebow was scheduled to undergo an MRI and X-Ray.

Here’s what Rojas had to say about his All-Star.

“Tebow was earlier, here. He got checked, no results yet. He’s day-to-day right now. He came out of the game with that discomfort in his hand and his wrist. We’re still looking for the answers of what that is. So, he got treatment earlier from our medical staff. He’s not able (to go) for today. He’s not in the lineup. So, we’ll see tomorrow,” Rojas said.

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