A pitching sensation Mone Davis is from Philadelphia and she is now at the age of thirteen. She plays for Taney Dragons. She has become the first girl to pitch a shutout at Little League World Series. In addition, she is also featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated which is one of America’s most iconic publications. She has been coached by Steve Bandura since Davis was at the age of seven. She is attending the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia where is into the eighth grade.
Mone has captured the attention of the nation with her blazing fastball as well as her waist length braids. She has now become the most captivating athlete in United States. Davis is the eighteenth girl who had played in the Little League World Series since it was founded in the year 1947.
Davis stands at the height of five feet and four inch which is more than three inches taller than average 12 year old boy. She turned 13 two months ago. Her followers on Twitter and on Instagram have been raised. Davis’s dream is to play the basketball at UConn and then to the WNBA. Davis has inspired a lot of kids as well as boys and girls to go and play baseball.