Turns out Mookie Betts will be competing in a 2015 World Series after all. The Professional Bowlers Association announced on Tuesday that Betts will be competing in the competition held December 8-11
According to the PBA, Betts is quite the accomplished bowler:
Betts is a former standout youth bowler who averages in the plus-200 range. He has bowled a pair of certified 300 games and finished third in the Tennessee Secondary Schools Athletic Association state championships individual event as a junior at Nashville Overton High School in 2010, earning Tennessee Boys’ Bowler of the Year honors after setting Tennessee high school records with a 290 game and 827 series.