Tim Tebow's debut in the Arizona Fall League didn't go as well as his first summer game, where he launched a home run on his first pitch.
But he was widely praised for helping a fan who had a seizure after the game on Tuesday, USA Today reports.
Tebow was signing autographs when the seizure began, and he waited by the man's side and chatted with him after he came to and waited for paramedics.
Here's the scene of Tebow offering comfort and prayers.
You're a Bulldog? You're kidding me. Don't even know how to respond to that.
At one point, the man revealed he was a University of Georgia fan. Georgia is the arch rival of Tebow's alma mater, the University of Florida.
It's not the first time Tebow was found comforting a group of people in distress -- he made headlines after praying for passengers during an emergency on a plane.
Tebow signed with the New York Mets last summer after his career as an NFL quarterback fizzled out.
His first game wasn't all good news. He also charged hard into a wall.