There doesn’t seem to be much Mookie Betts can’t do.
Whether it’s hitting, fielding, or even professional bowling, the Red Sox right fielder appears to succeed at everything he does. But putting together an NCAA Tournament bracket that doesn’t get busted is a whole different kind of challenge for the 2018 AL MVP.
Betts shared his bracket for this year’s tournament on Monday. Take a look below:
It should come as a surprise to no one that Duke vs. Tennessee is Betts’ championship matchup. No. 1 seed Duke is an obvious favorite thanks to Zion Williamson, and the Tennessee native had to pick his Volunteers to make a deep run.
Where Betts’ bracket gets a little bit crazy is picking No. 10 seeds Florida and Minnesota to make it to the Elite 8. But hey, anything can happen in March Madness.
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