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Mo’ne Mania is sweeping the nation — but is that a good thing? We may be commercializing a 13-year-old to her detriment.
Rhode Island manager Dave Belisle’s address to his players following their elimination loss to the team from Chicago is going viral, and for good reason. But some are saying that it wasn’t spontaneous. See Belisle address that issue on The Today Show, following the jump.
Like A Boss: Philly’s Mo’Ne Davis Becomes First Girl To Hurl Shutout In Little League World Series History
The 13-year-old threw a two-hitter as Philadelphia beat Nashville, 4-0. Among her Twitter admirers so far: Mike Trout, Kevin Durant.
Fox News Anchor To Little League Sensation Mo’ne Davis: Why Don’t You Play A More ‘Female-Friendly’ Sport?
Eric Bolling actually had the nerve to ask a girl who just threw a three-hit shutout why she doesn’t play a “female-friendly” sport.
Annoying cowboy hat Batman guy probably didn’t anticipate this reaction. Police chief: it was “hilarious”.
‘How Many People Get Hit By Cabs In New York City?’ Is Probably Not The Best Analogy For The Kevin Ward Jr. Tragedy
What exactly happened on Saturday night at Canandaigua Motorsports Park, when Kevin Ward Jr. left his car and met his untimely end at the hand of Tony Stewart? Was his death an accident? Was it a scare tactic gone wrong? Or was it a terrifying result of Stewart’s legendary temper?
Mo’Ne Davis, the 18th girl ever to play in Williamsport, has a 71-mph fastball and threw a shutout in the Mid-Atlantic Regional championship game on Sunday.