Former Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow is attempting to switch from football to baseball after falling out of the NFL and spurning interest from the Canadian Football League and the Spring League.

After a bit of a rough patch, Tebow’s baseball stock is on the rise.

Playing for the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, a Double-A affiliate of the New York Mets, Tebow has a batting average of .244 and a slugging average of .439 in 24 games. Amazing? No, but those are respectable numbers.

As Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio pointed out, Tebow’s improving numbers could justify a jump from minor league baseball to major league baseball — eventually. Before jumping to the majors, Tebow would likely jump to the Las Vegas 51s, the Triple-A affiliate of the Mets.

Right now, it looks like the former QB could last for awhile in baseball. If the experiment ever crashes and burns, though, Tebow has an offer on the table to return to the gridiron from the Alliance of American Football. The CFL would give him a roster spot as well.