Betts is competing in the World Series of Bowling for the second time in three years.
Over the weekend, Betts took part in the qualifying round for the World Series of Bowling, held by the Professional Bowlers Association in Reno, Nevada.
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. It's just one of those things where I have to find a way to adjust.
A press release said it was Betts' first ideal game in PBA competition. At least we all know what Betts will be doing when he retires from running around the baseball diamond.
According to a PBA spokesperson, Betts plans to rejoin the bowling tour on February 4 to compete in the annual Chris Paul Celebrity Invitational in Houston. He even set a goal for himself: he wanted to finish in the top 150.
The result? A ideal game.
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. Entering Sunday night, he was averaging a 204.71 score through 35 games and ranked 156th out of 195 players.