Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts is a jack of all trades, it seems.
Betts is known for his ability to flash the leather in the field and also manufacture runs on the base path, but his athletic talents don’t stop there, apparently.
He competed in the qualifying round of the Professional Bowlers Association’s World Series of Bowling in Reno, Nevada on Sunday night, and Betts was perfect in one particular game — literally.
Betts bowled a perfect game — throwing 12 consecutive strikes for the first time in his PBA career.
He’s been competing at this level for a few years now, as Betts first participated in a PBA World Series event in 2015. Judging by his stellar performance on Sunday, we doubt this’ll be the last time we see him compete, either.