Tim Tebow delivers special message to a fan's grandma


The 2007 Heisman Trophy victor from Florida looked into Terp's camera and said, "What's up, Miss Margaret?"

The football player turned broadcaster, turned anchor, turned author, turned baseball player, is now swinging a bat for the St. Lucie Mets, a minor league baseball team.

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Danny Terp, 17, a high school student, went down to the St Lucie baseball game against Tampa on Saturday specifically to see Tebow. As her grandson says, Tebow's gesture gave her the "biggest smile she's had since her stroke".

"What's up Miss Margaret?" he answered with a smile as he looked up from penning a ball.

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"That's something", she said, "to hear him say your name".

The former Heisman Trophy victor has a.248 batting average, five home runs and 25 RBI's in 43 games since moving up to Port St. Lucie. "I hope you're having a great day". He also hit.220 with three home runs and 23 RBI in 64 games for the Single-A Columbia Fireflies this year.

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Miss Margaret certainly reacts energetically when shown her personal video message from Tebow, whose birthday was on Monday.