It's been a pretty good off season for Red Sox rightfielder Mookie Betts. First another Gold Glove Award and now a perfect 300 game at the World Series of Bowling.

Betts is a big-time bowler and it's not the first time he's rolled a 300 game but it is the first time he has doen it in a PBA event.

It happened Sunday night in Reno, Nevada where he is trying to qualify for the bowling big event.

His average of 204.71 won't get him into the World Series (he is 156th of 195 bowlers) but it's better than when he tried back in 2015.

Betts was a state champion bowler back in his high school days in Tennessee.