Hey again Taco,
First thing, you should consider a fold preflop. I'm not saying your call was bad, but folding should be an option since you aren't matching up against his range too well. Let's examine it!
The MP player is pretty tight, a 10 PFR technically would be 55+, A8s+, ATo+. But we can assume from middle position he is playing tighter than that. No ace worse than AJo, 88 (possibly 77). PT4 says you are only slightly behind his 10% range (48% preflop equity) so the blinds + your position + your opponents tightness/predictable range should allow you to call pre. Ok cool
So yea, let's look at the turn, cuz your flop play was fine. You bet out a good amount to make all sorts of draws pay.
Your turn pot odds
are around 3.6 to 1.9, which is 1.8:1 or something, so you'd have to win 1/3 times or more to make money.
Let's assume he won't be shoving as a stone cold bluff. It is at worst a semi bluff, with either a diamond draw of a club draw.
Since you only have 29 hands on villain, it should almost always be a fold here. DEFINITELY keep an eye on him and stay at that table... you can easily be ready for his shove next time and call with some confidence!
So many things that beat you could shove. 88, 56, 78...
Recently I was at a table with a player like this, he would shove over any decent sized pot. These players win small amounts by risking large amounts.. it's bound to fail eventually, so just be ready for when that happens if you see this player doing it often. Since it didn't happen on the flop, it is fine to assume he has at least 2 pair here, and you can fold.