Mets Option Rhame and Sewald, Reassign Gimenez and Tebow to Minors

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He received plenty of opportunities during his time in the Grapefruit League this spring but failed to make an impact, going 4-for-15 with one RBI, three strikeouts, and zero extra-base hits over eight games.

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The New York Mets sent Tim Tebow to the minor leagues on Tuesday, and he'll start the season with the Syracuse Mets.

"Every day, I'm all in on pursuing this, " Tebow told mlb.com. "If you've been around here, you've seen that".

In other moves Tuesday, the Mets optioned pitchers Paul Sewald and Jacob Rhame to their minor league camp and reassigned pitcher Arquimedes Caminero, outfielder Rymer Liriano, catcher Ali Sanchez and infielders Andres Gimenez and Dilson Herrera.

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