- Mookie Betts once again showed what a good bowler he is, rolling another 300 game over the weekend.
- Back in 2017, Betts also bowled a perfect game while competing at the World Series of Bowling in Reno.
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Los Angeles Dodgers star Mookie Betts may be locked out by Major League Baseball’s owners right now, but he’s definitely locked in when it comes to bowling.
For the second time since 2017 and fourth time in his life, Betts rolled a perfect 300 game this past weekend and shared his final strike on Instagram. Betts captioned the video, “This is how we roll! Just call me Mr. 300!”
The 29-year-old outfielder’s latest impressive athletic achievement garnered numerous comments from other athletes, astounded that he could bowl 12 straight strikes like he did.
“Damn bro!” PGA golfer Brooks Koepka commented.
“Markus!!!” wrote Red Sox center fielder Jackie Bradley Jr.
“Brooooo,” Dodgers first baseman Edwin Rios commented.
“You prob didn’t like it,” teammate Justin Turner joked.
MLBers Edwin Jackson, Deven Marrero, and Steven Souza Jr. also chimed in with props.
The last time we saw Mookie Betts bowl a perfect 300 game was at the Scorpion Championship at the 2017 World Series of Bowling at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno. That was the second time that he had competed in a Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) event.
So now Markus “Mookie” Betts has now won a MVP Award, two World Series titles, been the American League batting champion, went 30-30 in a single season, hit for the cycle, and bowled FOUR perfect 300 games.
Next thing you know he will be going online and dominating people in the virtual world.
Wait, you mean he’s already doing that too?!
Yep, last week Betts was streaming and mentioned that he wanted to take on one of the top pro gamers, Nice Wigg, in a game of Apex Legends.
— Mookie Betts (@mookiebetts) January 5, 2022
He’s also pretty good at Call of Duty too.
— Mookie Betts (@mookiebetts) April 22, 2021
And then there’s this…
— Mookie Betts (@mookiebetts) November 17, 2020
Feel inadequate yet? I know I certainly do.