Watch: AL MVP Mookie Betts can ball out on the gridiron
7 days ago - By Yardbarker
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...
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