Before you call it a week and turn yourselves completely over to this weekend's NFL playoffs, let it be known that it was not Tim Tebow who introduced the concept of "Tebowing" to the sinning masses.
Nor was it yours truly who first Tebowed at one of baseball's postseason sites.
The genius of the genuflection, rather, was none other than ex-Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Orel Hershiser, who broke out the same exact pose after closing Game 7 of the 1988 NLCS against the New York Mets.
We don't have the full story, of course, so we've reached out to Orel to see if Baby Tebow, who had just turned one, had anything to do with the strikeout of Howard Johnson — or anything that happened afterward. Until then, Blair Johnson of the Yahoo! Sports Minute has more on Hershiser's highlight, including a video of the play.
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