#GirlPower: Little League Baseball Star Mo’ne Davis Lands Teen Vogue Feature …

mo'ne davis

mo'ne davis

At thirteen years old, many of us were endangered with impressing a child we were abrasive on and perplexing to get ourselves by that ungainly proviso in a appearance. Clearly, a priorities were nowhere nearby those of Mo’ne Davis.

At thirteen, she’s already done story in a Little League World Series and lonesome Sports Illustrated, all while perfecting her 70 mph killer fastball pitch. While her immature age would make this considerable enough, the fact that she’s a lady kicking boundary in a male-dominated competition is what’s unequivocally removing people’s attention.

“Some contend we should play softball since I’m a girl, though that doesn’t worry me,” she says.

In the November emanate of Teen Vogue, a tween sports phenom shows us she not usually has talent, she’s got character and smarts too. Decked out in Marc Jacobs and Victoria Beckham, Davis talked to a mag about her change on other immature girls:

“It’s a large shortcoming meaningful that other kids are examination what we do. But, if we can enthuse girls to strech their goals, afterwards I’m happy.”

mo'ne davis

mo'ne davis

Keep killin’ em, Mo’ne. #GirlPower.

PHOTO CREDIT SOURCE: Teen Vogue

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