There is a teenage Little League pitcher slaying dragons, demons and pimple-faced boys with a curve ball and her name is Mo’Ne Davis. The 13-year-old is causing so many outs with her 70 mile-per-hour pitches that her male competitors don’t know how to compete or what to do besides throw down their bats in disgust.
On Sunday, Davis pitched a shutout, leading her Taney Dragons of Philadelphia to the Little League World Series, according to SB Nation. She is the 17th girl to compete in the Little League World Series in 68 years and this weekend marked her second victory over the Delaware-Newark Little League team. She pitched 10 strikeouts in their first game.
The Little League World Series begins on Thursday in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Go Mo'Ne!
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