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Dodgers: That Time Mookie Betts Bowled a Perfect Game

Mookie Betts made a name for himself at the World Series of bowling.



When the Dodgers traded for Mookie Betts, they got so much more than a good baseball player. Mookie is a leader in the clubhouse as well as an absolute gem to his community. But he also happens to be one of the best bowlers you will ever see in your life. 

Not that long ago, Mookie bowled a perfect game that the PBA World Series of bowling. That is done by bowling 12 strikes in a row in the traditional game, including three strikes in the 10th frame. The Dodgers outfielder put on a heck of a show in the process, and you can watch the final frames here

Personally, I’m not much of a bowler. I’m about good enough to impress a girl on a first date, but bad enough where I would prefer not to go bowling altogether. That being said, watching a Dodgers players bowl a perfect game is pretty damn impressive. 

Back on the baseball diamond, Betts is obviously no slouch. He comes into Friday’s game against the Rangers with 11 homeruns in just 31 games. He is also a big reason that the Dodgers go into the series with a record of 24-9 and way up in the National League West. 

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Written by Brook Smith

Brook is the Senior Editor of Dodgers Nation, with several years of experience in sports journalism. He is an avid Dodgers and Lakers fan, and can be spotted fairly often at Dodger Stadium and Staples Center.

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