At just 13 years old, Mo’ne Davis is officially a Harlem Globetrotter.
Mo'ne Davis is a better person than we all are: The former Little League standout has requested that Joey Casselberry, the Bloomburg University baseball player who called her a "slut" on Twitter last Saturday, be reinstated to his team after he was booted for his comments.
America, meet Joey Casselberry, former baseball player for Bloomsburg University and another unfortunate victim of the first amendment, which does not guarantee you the right to play college baseball. Especially when you call a 13-year-old a slut on social media. Good going, guy!
Mo'ne Davis, the 13-year-old little league star whose incredible pitch landed her on the cover of Sports Illustrated, is continuing to impress. M4D3, in connection with organization Because I'm a Girl, will release a line of limited edition Mo'ne Davis-designed sneakers and donate 15% of proceeds to impoverished…
Sports Illustrated Kids has named baseball phenom Mo'Ne Davis as its "SportsKid of the Year 2014." The honor and accompanying cover story rounds out what I can confidently say has been the best year of the eight grader's life.
Little League phenom Mo'ne Davis has a book on the way entitled Mo'ne Davis: Remember My Name. Hitting shelves just in time for 2015's baseball season, the 13-year-old athlete is also starring in a car commercial directed by Spike Lee, who named his own daughter after the famous black baseball player, Satchel Paige.
In its November issue, Teen Vogue profiled 13-year-old little league star Mo'ne Davis. And Mo'ne is serving.
Just give me a second here… *Wiping tears away dramatically*..... *wiping some more*..... Before clicking play, I didn't expect to be so moved by this Chevrolet ad featuring Little League force Mo'Ne Davis (they're purposefully playing on our emotions!), but it is indeed inspiring. And Spike Lee directed it.
Mo'ne Davis, Uzo Aduba, Debbie Harry, Chloe Sevigny, Christy Turlington Burns and more posed for Harper's Bazaar's Women Who Dare series. While the photos are lovely, I'm just thrilled to see Mo'ne any and everywhere. Baseball for everyone!
Mo'ne Davis, Sports Illustrated-anointed Little League star, unfortunately couldn't make it out of the third inning in her game last night. She remains better at baseball than 99.9 percent of Americans.
The Taney Dragons, representing Pennsylvania, will take on Nevada in a Little League World Series semifinal tonight. On the mound for the Dragons will be Mo'ne Davis, a 13-year-old girl whom you have surely heard of by now. You should be watching this game, because even though this is just little league baseball,…
Baseball badass Mo'ne Davis will appear on the cover of this week's national Sports Illustrated. She's the first Little Leaguer to bag the honor.
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.