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Mookie Betts showed off his ping-pong skills in the Red Sox locker room

Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts gestures during a drill at a spring training baseball workout in Fort Myers, Fla., Sunday, Feb. 19, 2017. (AP Photo/David Goldman) (David Goldman/AP)

Mookie Betts is already a two-sport star. He's a baseball star -- a literal All-Star, as well as a Gold Glove Award Winner, Silver Slugger and AL MVP runner-up in 2016. He's also a bowling star, because he throws strikes and celebrates like this:

Now, ahead of the Red Sox-Pirates matchup on Tuesday evening, Betts revealed that he's ready to become a three-sport star, adding table tennis dominance to his resume:

The ping-pong table has been a hit with the Red Sox since Dustin Pedroia bought it earlier this spring, according to's Ian Browne. The team seems to have enjoyed their postseason ping-pong so much that it's become a locker room staple. 
And considering Betts has played in the MLB postseason and World Series of Bowling, we expect to see him in the World Table Tennis Championships by June.