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Perhaps Tebow was meant for this career path. At any rate, his debut on SEC Nation went pretty well today.
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The Asian Pacific team won the game over Jackie Robinson West, 8-4, to become 2014 Little League World Series champions, but kudos to both teams for the post-game choreography.
Tonight Show host’s durable bit leads off with mention of 13-year-old girl pitcher from Philadelphia.
Little League Baseball, Inc., makes tons of cash off the annual tournament in Williamsport: how about putting some of it toward better umpires? The ones they have now make the game practically unwatchable.
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.