Mo’ne Davis has proved she can throw a mean fastball better than most little leaguers. But the young athlete admitted she has a few other grand-slam skills on her résumé.
The 13-year-old baseball pitcher stopped by PEOPLE Now on Wednesday and shared the top three things she does better than the boys – and yes, pitching was No. 1.
Her third brag-worthy talent? “My shoes!” she said, also adding that she boasts more than 15 funky pairs.
The South Philadelphia native, who gained fame after becoming the first female to throw a shutout in the Little League World Series, hopes to “continue being a role model” for adolescent girls.
“I thought I wasn’t going to be as good as the boys when I first started. But then as you start to practice, you get better and better each time – and you start to have fun because you’re so good at it!” she said.
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