Philadelphia's Mo'ne Davis delivers a pitch against Nashville during her team's 4-0 win in a U.S. pool play baseball game at the Little League World Series on Friday in South Williamsport, Pa. (AP Photo/PennLive.com, Sean Simmers)
Mo’ne Davis, the ace of the Taney Dragons in the Little League World Series, spoke fluently about “release points” and the art of confronting batters who are uncomfortable hitting the ball to the opposite field. It was advanced stuff for any pitcher, let alone one who is 13 years old. Davis, having captured much of the nation’s attention in recent days with her blazing fastball and her waist-length braids, was preparing to take the mound Wednesday night for her Philadelphia-based team against a team from Las Vegas, with the winner advancing to Saturday’s United States championship game/New York Times. More here.
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