If you go bowling with Mookie, place no Betts

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Betts said that after his first ball he turned around and said he did not expect it to be so many watching him, but said the bowling community was very close.

Well, he can't bowl any better than he did Sunday night. Betts bowled a ideal 300 game at the World Series of Bowling in Reno, Nev. on Sunday night.

Sunday's round of 10 games proved to be for most of the players, the lowest scoring for the tournament. In bowling, a flawless game is a 300 score, which means you get a strike (and knock down all the pins) in every single frame you bowl. Although he won't make the cut for the PBA World Championship, he made a discernible improvement on his 2015 debut, in which his average score was 190.

On Sunday night, Betts bowled a flawless game.

Betts was averaging over 200 through the first three rounds of competition this year before pulling off his ideal game. "But the bowling community's close".

Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts is one of the best young players in the sport, but in case this whole baseball thing doesn't work out he might have a decent fallback option. He batted.264 with 24 homers, 102 RBIs and an.803 OPS in 153 games for the Red Sox this past season, despite dealing with assorted injuries, including a wrist problem that bothered him late in the season.

We're talking, of course, about Betts' incredible bowling prowess. Leading up to the tournament, Betts began practicing every day to get himself up to snuff.

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