Little League Star Mo'ne Davis Signs Autographs For LA Dodgers, Continues to Be a Boss

Does Mo'ne Davis have any idea how cool she is? The 13-year-old Little League star threw out the ceremonial first pitch at an LA Dodgers game on Tuesday (spoiler alert: she nailed it) and was later asked for her autograph by outfielder Yasiel Puig. Let that sink in: Mo'ne is 13, and a Major League Baseball star asked for her autograph. The pint-size pitcher recently made headlines for her incredible performance in last month's Little League World Series; she used her 70 mph fastball to help get her team, Philadelphia's Taney Dragons, to the Mid-Atlantic Region final and became the first girl to throw a shutout game in the history of the competition. If that wasn't amazing enough, Mo'ne also made history as the first Little Leaguer to land the cover of Sports Illustrated. While we wait to see what impressive feat she accomplishes next, keep reading to see Mo'ne throwing out the first pitch and signing her autograph like a true sports celebrity. Source: Twitter user Dodgers

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Mo'ne Davis tosses ceremonial first pitch