Tim Tebow is actively pursuing a career in professional baseball and plans to hold workout for Major League Baseball teams later this month.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 9, 2016
So it looks like college football star Tim Tebow is going to try out a career in baseball.
He wouldn't be the first professional athlete to play multiple sports. Some have been extremely successful, like Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders. Others have failed (sorry, Michael Jordan).
But here are the stars you didn't know moonlighted in another sport.
The Patriots superstar is famous for coming off the bench in college football at Michigan. But before all that, he was picked by the Montreal Expos in the 18th round of the MLB draft, NESN reports.
The former NFL running back wins for variety. He was in the 1992 Olympic Games as a bobsled pusher and is currently a mixed martial arts fighter.
The late Hall of Fame baseball player was drafted by the San Diego Padres and the NBA's San Diego Clippers on the same day, USA Today reports.
You might not have heard of him (he's dunking in the photo above), but he won a ring with Jordan's Bulls. He's the only player to be drafted in the first round of both the NBA and MLB, according to Baseball Reference.
The San Antonio Spurs legend tried to become an Olympic swimmer, but Hurricane Hugo devastated the U.S. Virgin Islands team's pool. Switching to basketball worked out for him.
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