Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts on Sunday bowled a perfect game at the World Series of Bowling, a Professional Bowlers Association tour event. The two-time All Star—who ESPN called a “bowling aficionado”—told ESPN he’d estimated it was his 10th perfect game in his life (but his first at a PBA event).
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Betts finished 144th in the tournament. He averaged a 203.1 over 10 games, 13 pins better than his 190 average two years ago.