Don't look now, but guess who has a three-game hitting streak?

The most famous minor leaguer to ride the bus since Michael Jordan, the Mets' own Tim Tebow, that's who.

Terry Collins has twice said that Tebow was done playing with the major leaguers, only to change his mind and decide to later bring Tebow over to big league camp again. Tebow played again in the Mets' 5-4 win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Saturday at Roger Dean Stadium, despite the fact that there was a minor league game at home in Port St. Lucie.

Brandon Nimmo was expected to play in that game, but Collins said he re-tweaked his hamstring running the bases in an attempt to test it out on Friday. Tebow went 1-for-3, extending his Grapefruit League hitting streak to three games. He's now hitting .235 this spring.

Tebow has become quite a polarizing figure. While many think he has no business playing baseball, it's clear from the ovations he gets at games that there's still some sort of interest. The crowd support is to be expected in this area, considering the former quarterback led Florida to two BCS Championships an won a Heisman Trophy.