Mo'ne Davis's Throw Like a Girl Short Film | Video
13-Year-Old Mo'ne Davis Is the Subject of an Insanely Inspiring Short Film
Thirteen-year-old pitcher Mo'ne Davis made headlines this Summer for her incredible performance in the Little League World Series, and now her inspiring story is the subject of Throw Like a Girl, a short film written and directed by Spike Lee. In the 16-minute documentary for Chevrolet, Mo'ne's talent and recent triumphs are celebrated by her team, her family, and her fans; she famously used her 70 mph fastball to help get her team, Philadelphia's Taney Dragons, to the Mid-Atlantic Region final back in August and became the first girl to throw a shutout game in the history of the competition. Mo'ne also made history as the first Little Leaguer to land the cover of Sports Illustrated, and judging by this film, she's planning to take the basketball world by storm as well. Needless to say, the video is insanely inspiring and will only make you love Mo'ne even more.