Jose Canseco thinks he could help Tim Tebow with his swing, hit more than 35 homers

New York Mets outfielder Tim Tebow apparently needs help with his swing -- and a former American League MVP thinks he could help him.

Jose Canseco, perhaps best known for his tell-all book about performance-enhancing drug use in the majors, took to Twitter to offer his services to Tebow – who is batting .222 and has a .522 OPS in four games during spring training.

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“Tim Tebow let me help you with your swing I just saw one of your bats you have no rhythm right now and you're to rotational I will help you for free I'm a fan of yours,” Canseco wrote.

The 54-year-old former slugger went on to tell TMZ Sports he believes Tebow is “extremely strong” and he might be able to do well against right-handed pitchers.

“I could easily get him up to, at the major league level, 35 to 45 home runs,” he told the gossip website. “At the Triple-A level, he could hit 50.”

He added that all he would have to do is work on his “technique and his attitude.”

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Tebow is entering his fourth season in the Mets organization. He hit .273 with a .734 OPS and six home runs at Double-A Binghamton before his season was cut short because of injury. He's a .244 hitter with a .319 on-base percentage and 14 home runs in 210 minor league games.