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Mo'ne Davis Throws Like A Girl — At 70 MPH

She made history at the Little League World Series, becoming the first girl to pitch a shutout. With an uncanny arm and easy cool, she's leading a band of underdogs deeper into the postseason.

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Mo'ne Davis Throws Like A Girl — At 70 MPH

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For Benjamin Booker, A Missed Shot Became A Music Career

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