Thursday, August 9, 2018

Where is the 2014 Little League World Series sensation Mo’ne Davis now?

In the Media Room after the game. (A LLBWS.news file photo)
It was the 2014 Little League World Series like most others until everyone saw Mo’ne Davis play this magical game. Lets get over the gender issue and just say she was a team player and a darn good one. There was something special about her. The way she handled herself on and off the field. I was just in awe of her. She could pitch, she could field and she could hit.


Ok guys, lets go! (A LLBWS.news file photo)
Mo’ne played for the Mid-Atlantic Regional champions. She was born in South Philadelphia on June 24, 2001. Mo'ne Ikea Davis is here full name. Her parents are Lakeisha McLean and Lamar Davis. A program director at Marian Anderson Recreation Center in South Philadelphia noticed the natural athletic abilities of Davis in 2008. At seven-year’s-old she was able to throw perfect spirals with a football. Davis did so many things right, and so effortlessly, the director knew she was a natural athlete.

Com'n at you!(A LLBWS.news file photo)
In the 2014 Little League World Series, Mo'ne pitched a winning game for the Taney Dragons. Her team beat the Nashville team 4-0. During the game, she pitched for six innings. She was able to strike out eight batters and only have batters get on base twice after two infield hits. But basketball is what Mo'ne Davis sees as her primary sport. She has shared with people her goal of becoming a player in the WNBA. She has often expressed her desire to play college basketball for the Huskies at the University of Connecticut.

Mo'ne with a media interview on the field at Lamade Stadium (A LLBWS.news file photo)
According to How They Play, Davis currently spends her time playing on her high school basketball and softball team. She also plays in a baseball program called Reviving Baseball-in-Inner Cities (RBI). In the Philadelphia area, she continues to be an inspiration to all young female athletes. Davis tells people she plans to continue playing baseball in college.

I love this Little League game! (A LLBWS.news file photo)