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SportWatch: AL MVP Mookie Betts can ball out on the gridiron

17:58  12 february  2019
17:58  12 february  2019 Source:   yardbarker.com

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Markus Lynn " Mookie " Betts (born October 7, 1992) is an American professional bowler on the PBA Tour and professional baseball outfielder for the Boston Red Sox of Major League Baseball.

Mookie Betts is the 2018 American League MVP , which makes this a fantastic time to discuss what makes him so damned exciting. Every MVP is, by definition, coming off an exciting season, even the ones who probably deserved to finish out of the top 10. But there’s a difference with this MVP , and it

Watch: AL MVP Mookie Betts can ball out on the gridiron© Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts probably chose the right career path in high school. After all, the reigning AL MVP did have other options. He was a standout basketball player and bowler during his high school days in Tennessee.

While Betts didn’t necessarily dabble in football, this recent video he just posted to social media shows us a young man whose talents aren’t limited to the baseball diamond.

That’s some absolutely elite-level route-running skills from the 5-foot-9 MLBer. Equally as important, he came down with the catch.

We all know New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick likes his smallish receivers (hi, Julian Edelman and Wes Welker). Maybe Bill should call Betts up about a training camp tryout, right?

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Watch: AL MVP Mookie Betts can ball out on the gridiron

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