Tim Tebow's Arizona Fall League debut was unremarkable on the field, but headline-making off of it.

FOX's Chris Hoenig reports:

Tim Tebow went (0-3) at the plate, but did manage to run headlong into the outfield wall trying, but failing to make a catch:

(Tebow) "I love playing the quarterback position, and so I wanted to pursue that. But then that door closed, it was going to pursue something else that was in my heart and that's this game." 

But after the game, he was signing autographs when a man began having a seizure and collapsed. Tebow ran over, placed his hand on the man's leg and began praying, that is when the 30-year-old came to and began breathing normally again.

Tebow stayed with the man, talking with him until paramedics arrived.

The man was taken to a Phoenix-area hospital, treated and released. He's now resting at home.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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(Rob Schumacher/The Arizona Republic via AP)
(Rob Schumacher/The Arizona Republic via AP)