Mookie Betts, from the Boston Red Sox, has become one of the best outfielders in all of baseball over the past few seasons. Besides being a great baseball player, Betts is also quite the bowler as well. For Betts, bowling is much more than just a hobby; he takes the sport very seriously, and can go toe-to-toe with elite bowlers.
On Sunday, Betts was in Reno, Nevada, competing in the last round of a qualifying event for the World Series of Bowling. This wasn’t the first time that Betts has competed in a Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) event, but it was the first time that he rolled a perfect game in a PBA event. That’s right, Betts has got some serious bowling skills.
Going into Sunday, Betts was ranked 156th by the PBA, and was averaging a 204.71 score per game. It’s nice that he has such a solid backup plan, just in case baseball doesn’t work out for him.