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Tim Tebow has had quite the powerful start to his minor-league baseball career. 

On Sunday, the former football star hit his second home run in his third game of the season for the Columbia (S.C.) Fireflies.

The New York Mets' Class A team posted video of the line-drive, three-run shot to right field, which fueled a 6-0 victory. 

It's literally been a hit-or-miss start for the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner, who is trying his hand as an outfielder at age 29 following a stint in the NFL with the Broncos and Jets. 

He blasted a dramatic home run in his very first at-bat of the season Thursday night. 

Other than the two home runs, he has one other hit and has struck out five times in 13 total at-bats.

His presence on the team has caused a huge spike in attendance. The Washington Post reported that the team averaged 6,501 fans in its opening series, compared to an average of 3,785 for all of last season.

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