While it was a surprise to see Tim Tebow named an Eastern League All-Star, he certainly made a case he belonged hitting .361/381/.459 in the 17 games heading into the All Star Break.
Tebow would also proved he belonged with his play in the Eastern League All-Star Game.
Batting ninth and appearing as the DH, Tebow would double in his first at-bat:
.@TimTebow doubles in Double-A All-Star Game
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) July 12, 2018
On the night. he would go 1-for-4 with the double.
He would not be the only Rumble Pony who would impress in this game.
With the Eastern Division down 4-3 heading into the bottom of the ninth Patrick Mazeika started the game tying rally with a leadoff single, and he would score the game tying run.
The game would end in a tie.
Like Tebow, Michael was a starter batting fifth and playing third base. He was 1-for-2 with a run and a triple.
Roseboom appeared in the ninth, and he retired that only batter he faced.
Zamora struck out two and walked two while allowing a base hit in his 1.1 scoreless innings of work.
In addition to the aforementioned players both Nabil Crismatt was named an All Star, but he did not make a appearance in the game.
The regular season resumes later today with the Rumble Ponies traveling to Akron.