Bowling perfect game for 30th birthday? That's how Mookie rolls

October 10th, 2022

All-world outfielder Mookie Betts, who turned 30 on Friday, had his usual outstanding season for the Dodgers in 2022. But if you wanted even more evidence he's only getting better with age, Betts woke up the morning after his gala birthday party and bowled a perfect game on Sunday.

Betts, as you might be aware by now, is no stranger to wild success on the lanes. The sort of guy who's good at everything he tries -- he's also known to flourish at basketball, football and golf -- Betts has rolled multiple perfect games, including one back in January. And as his incredible baseball career demonstrates, he's not the sort who fears the bright lights; back in 2017, he bowled a 300 game during the qualifying rounds for the World Series of Bowling.

Betts has already had a great fall -- he even did Jimmy Kimmel the other night -- but he will continue to strive for perfection at his given profession on Tuesday at 9:37 p.m ET on FS1, when his 111-win Dodgers take on the Padres in Game 1 of the National League Division Series.