The Fall Classic may be over, but there’s a whole other World Series going on right now; and it’s relevant because Red Sox right fielder Mookie Betts had quite the performance Sunday evening:
.@mookiebetts just bowled a 300 in the World Series of Bowling.
What did you do with your Sunday?
— Red Sox (@RedSox) November 13, 2017
12 up, 12 strikes.
Betts, 25, participated in the six-day PBA Scorpion Championship at National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nevada, which is part of the World Series of Bowling.
This is the second time Betts has participated in the World Series of Bowling, also doing so in 2015.
Though Betts didn’t qualify for the PBA World Championship, he can now add a perfect game in a Professional Bowlers Association tour event to his resume, though Betts says he’s rolled a total of 10 in his life.
“This is definitely the most important one,” said Betts.
According to Boston.com, Betts’s scores this week were 236, 173, 195, 211, 157, 169, 300, 199, 198, and 193.
Betts will reportedly get back to the lanes in Houston during the annual Chris Paul Celebrity Invitational in February, according to a PBA spokesperson.