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Mo’Ne Davis Pitches 2nd Straight Shutout In LLWS Win [VIDEO]

 

Talk of the 2014 Little League World Series without mentioning 13-year-old Mone Davis would be ludicrous.

The hoopla is about more than the Philadelphia native’s gender. Quite frankly, Davis, can pitch and for the second consecutive game, the opposition felt her wrath.

Following the Mid-Atlantic Regional championship, the teenager’s first shutout performance that resulted in a win over Delaware-Newark National, the Taney Youth Baseball Association of Philadelphia faced Tennessee. But the results were just the same. Pitching six innings, Davis gave up two hit, one infield, and struck out eight, needing only 70 of the 85 pitch limit to do so.

Taney won the game 4-0.

Though not the first girl to start in a LLWS game, Davis is the first to win one. Salute.

 

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  • can’t get no better

    There’s no comments at all wow..if kim fake was on here or ri ri it would be hundreds of comments. Anyways that girl deserves a round of applause and all the props for doing her thing. I know her family is proud.

    • Jay Lamont

      WELP…I MENTIONED HER DAYS AGO ON MY DISQUS.
      SAW HER ON WORLD NEWS.

  • http://twitter.com/daisydooks DaisyDooks

    Astounding!!

  • Jay Lamont

    #ATHLETIC BLK FEMALES

  • Missgee62

    she is getting the shine she deserves…she needs to focus right now then celebrate…I see endorsement$$$ and talk shows and appearances and speaking engagements, her on the cover of Essence, Ebony, Seventeen Mag…well I can dream but I believe she is going to a role model for little girls especially little black girls everywhere like Gabby Douglas from Olympics.