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Red Sox Player Has Perfect Game In World Series

14 November 2017

Scoot over, Don Larsen.

He was bowling in the fourth and final round of qualifying for the PBA World Championship.

Betts took some of his free time this offseason to participate in the 2017 World Series of Bowling Sunday at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nevada.

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Yes, the baseball superstar took his talents to the World Series of Bowling and scored his first PBA-recognized flawless game. 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 flawless game in a PBA event.

Sunday's round of 10 games proved to be for most of the players, the lowest scoring for the tournament.

Betts was averaging over 200 through the first three rounds of competition this year before pulling off his flawless game.

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As Betts began racking up strikes en route to the flawless score, he drew attention from several of the experienced bowlers on tour, including Sean Rash and Tommy Jones. "But the bowling community's close".

Mookie Betts is a two-time All-Star, a back-to-back Gold Glove outfielder, and is a generally really awesome all-around baseball player. 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. Betts did an interview with the Reno Gazette Journal last week, and revealed that it was his mother, Diana Benedict, who got him interested in bowling.

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Red Sox Player Has Perfect Game In World Series