Transcript for Tim Tebow Helps 'Heal' Sick Fan After Minor-League Game
? Superhero. Yes, we're talking Tim Tebow coming to the rescue. The former Heisman trophy winner playing baseball these days but what he did after the game getting a lot of praise. T.J. Is here with that story. Hey, T.J. Robin, I've never told anybody this but when Tim Tebow was our colleague at "Gma" he said, T.J., look, I'm going to tell you a secret. I'm Superman. And at this point, I believe it. All right. Tim Tebow has leapt into action. Has come to the rescue. Yes, he's playing minor league baseball now, but a lot of people think he's trying to makes it to the majors. He might just be trying to make it into heaven after some people say he putted off, yes, a miracle. The game was over and then Tim Tebow made his best play of the day. The Heisman tree fin winner was signing autographs after a game when a man in the crowd collapsed. Appearing to suffer a seizure. He was laying on his back and he was convulsing and foaming at the mouth and it was such a scary sight to behold. The crowd immediately backed up and was in sheer panic. Reporter: Tebow rushed to his side placed a hand on the man and said a prayer. Soon after the seizure appeared to cease and Tebow stayed with the man for 15 minutes until the paramedics arrived. This isn't the first time Tebow who made headlines when he joined the mets farm system last month has helped his fellow man. In June when a passenger on a plane had a heart attack, Tebow comforted those around him with prayer. And this morning, Brandon berry is grateful number 15 was by his side. Would just say thank you very much for being there for me and thank you for praying with me. Reporter: Tebow says it's all in a day's work. In those moments of need there's -- nothing else matters. That matters. That young man is what matters. And this is why people love Tim Tebow. He transcends sports. He is a Heisman trophy winner, played NFL for a little while and trying to try baseball. He is just a good guy and have this experience with him. You can't help but root for the guy. In yeah. He's a polarizing figure to a lot of people. He puts his religion out there, tebowing and the knee but you can't argue he is a good guy. He is authentic to himself. The gentleman he helped is a Georgia fan. Yeah. And so, you know, Tebow was at Florida. They were big rivals. And he told me as he's helping him which is probably not the best time. Couldn't switch now. He has also written a book. Tim Tebow and he'll come back home here and talk to us about it in the coming weeks. Back home here. When you get done with all that sport, come on back home, baby.
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