The New York Mets just can’t seem to quit Tim Tebow.

Despite hitting just .163 with four home runs in 77 games at Triple-A Syracuse in 2019, the Mets have extended a spring training invitation to the 32-year-old former Heisman Trophy winner.

He’s one of eight non-roster invitees the club announced on Thursday.

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Tebow begins his fourth full season in the Mets organization and owns a career batting line of .223/.299/.338 with 18 home runs and 327 strikeouts in 287 games.

His 2019 season ended on July 21 with a laceration to his pinkie on his left hand.

His 2018 season also ended early when he missed the final two months with a broken bone in his right hand.

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