More Mo'Ne, More Problems: 13-Year-Old Girl Pitcher Leads Philly Team To Little League World Series
Yikes … struck out by a girl. Yes kid, your terror dreams are now reality, and there may be more to come. A girl with a 71-mph fastball has led her team to the Little League World Series, and oh yeah, she also has an awesome curve.
Mo’Ne Davis threw a three-hit shutout on Sunday to lead Philadelphia’s Taney Dragons over Delaware-Newark National in the championship game of the Mid-Atlantic Regional. That sends her team to the LLWS in Williamsport and makes her the 18th girl to ever play there, and the seventh from the U.S.
— shades Magazine – (@shadesmagazine1) August 11, 2014
For those who have never faced a 71-mph fastball from 46 feet away, that’s like a 93-mph fastball in a Major League Baseball game. Pretty nice heat. But then, when you add this …
Emma March of South Vancouver Little League in British Columbia, Canada, qualified. It will be the third time that two girls will be part of the same Little League World Series.
— Sarah Spain (@SarahSpain) August 11, 2014
Emma March & Mo'ne Davis are 17th & 18th girls to play in LLWS; only 3rd time 2 girls in same year pic.twitter.com/YUQjD2gC59
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) August 11, 2014
— TOMAS RIOS (@TheTomasRios) August 11, 2014