Tim Tebow may not have been the best NFL quaterback, nor the best baseball player, but Tim Tebow is one of the best uplifting and encouraging people on earth. Now at the age of 29, Tim Tebow is trying to become a major league baseball player while playing in the Arizona Fall League for the New York Mets. Yesterday Tebow didn't have a good day at the plate by going 0-3, all three outs being ground outs, but his day did have a positive impact on a fan who went to check out the game.


At the end of the game while players were signing autographs an extreme turn of events took place. 30-year-old Brando Berry collaspsed on the ground due to having a seizure.

Berry appeared to be unconscious for about 30 seconds and was shaking very intensely. Tebow rushed to the fan's aide and began comforting him and engaging in conversation. At one point during the traumatic time, Tebow knelt down, put his hand on the fan's lap and said a prayer. Tebow waited around with Berry until emergency personnel arrived. Tebow kept reassuring the fan that everything was going to be alright.The game took place in 100 degree heat in Arizona, and Berry was on hand to watch the player that was by his side during his ordeal, Tim Tebow.

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Tim Tebow is a religious and God fearing man. He is a man that puts God first.While attending the University of Florida, Tim Tebow praying before games became a big ordeal.

Him kneeling down in prayer would go on to be labeled as "Tebowing." According to the Associated Press, Berry remembers being very disoriented, then he saw Tim.“You just remember what’s important,” Tebow later told ABC News. “Baseball’s awesome, it’s something I’m so excited I get a chance to pursue, but what’s important is lives matter, people matter.

This young man, he mattered. So my first instinct was to just be with him, put my hands on him and pray for him.”Berry said he’s suffered seizures since 2013 and was diagnosed with a pituitary tumor in January. Brandon Berry is out of the hospital and is back home resting.

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