Entering Sunday's matches, he was rolling an average of 204.75 through 35 games which ranked him 156 out of a total of 195 bowlers. Betts bowled a ideal 300 game at the World Series of Bowling in Reno, Nev. on Sunday night. Eliminated in the American League Division Series, the Red Sox outfielder had to watch the World Series from his couch. That's a 10-point improvement from his 2015 World Series of Bowling debut, during which he averaged 190 points per game.
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Yes, the baseball superstar took his talents to the World Series of Bowling and scored his first PBA-recognized ideal game.
"After the first ball, I turned around, and I was like, 'Oh boy, I wasn't expecting it to be this many, '" Betts said. 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 took part in the even in 2016 and partnered with Jones where the two finished second. That's right, Betts has got some serious bowling skills.