A Dundalk sportsman was inducted into the Pro Bowlers Association Hall of Fame over the weekend.
Danny Wiseman, 45, was honored on March 30 at an induction ceremony in Indianapolis, IN, for his superior performance in the alleys.
Wiseman has won $1.55 million since becoming a pro bowler in 1987, according to the Pro Bowlers Association, which reports he has won 12 tours and one major title, and is ranked among the 50 best players of all time.
"What a great night Saturday, was with family and friends in attendance as well as fellow PBA players and bowling industry folks!" Wiseman posted on Facebook. "So honored and proud to join the legends of our sport in the Professional Bowlers Hall of Fame!"
Not just any bowler, Wiseman is a "hotshot from Dundalk" known for his tattoos, soul patch, loud flame shirts and "good looks," according to The Baltimore Sun.
Now semi-retired, Wiseman told The Baltimore Sun that he was just "a kid from Dundalk throwing a bowling ball" whose goal was to be the best of all time.
He joins fewer than 100 other bowlers in the Pro Bowlers Association Hall of Fame.