made fresh 13-year-old Mo'ne Davis, taking the world by storm with a fastball that makes everybody wish they could throw like a girl. And tonight her team faces the undefeated team in the little... See More
made fresh 13-year-old Mo'ne Davis, taking the world by storm with a fastball that makes everybody wish they could throw like a girl. And tonight her team faces the undefeated team in the little league series. Another shot for Mo'ne Davis. Reporter: She has the arms. And the power. That went back up the middle. Reporter: And the attitude. Follow my curve ball, like Clayton Kershaw, and my fastball like Mo'ne Davis. Reporter: Her mad skills making her famous, now the first boy or girl to hit the cover of sports illustrated. The team's not so secret weapon with the fastball clocking in at 70 miles an hour, leading her team to the little league world series. And after a two-hit shutout last Friday? The first ever in a little league world series, she was on the mound again tonight. Strikeout number six for Mo'ne Davis. Reporter: But she was moved to the outfield in the third inning to spare her arms. Her opponents proved powerful, too. He rips this one in the corner and left. Reporter: Holding onto an early game lead, and ultimately winning, 8-1. And it's over. But hang tight, mo'ne's team will play again tonight on our partner network. Tune into good morning America
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