Jacqueline Andriakos
March 25, 2015 02:25 PM

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.

“I play basketball better than most of them,” she said, which came as no surprise after she showed up comedian Kevin Hart on the court at the NBA All-Star game last month.

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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