It seems like the New York Mets can’t get enough of Tim Tebow.

After saying twice this spring training that Tebow’s stint in big-league camp was over, they have reversed course. Again.

Tebow is slated to play left field and bat seventh for the Mets today when they visit the St. Louis Cardinals at 1 p.m. ET in Jupiter, Fla. He will face right-hander Michael Wacha.

The former NFL quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner is coming off his most impressive performance, a two-hit effort and a diving catch in right field against the Miami Marlins on Wednesday. Tebow is 3-for-14 with four strikeouts in spring training.

After beating the Cardinals 16-2 on Friday, the Mets are using a starting lineup that features nobody projected to start on opening day.