The female baseball player, Mo’ne Davis is a source of inspiration for so many.
Mo’ne Davis is a teenage phenom in the world of baseball. She is a class act as far as pitchers go. She has certainly made her team, the Philadelphia Taney Dragons proud of her.
As a supporter of girl pride and female empowerment, Mo’ne is a symbol of hope in a depressingly male chauvinist world. Her achievements so far may even earn her a citation in the Guinness Book of World Records.
This here is one tough female. She has already appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated. Barely five feet and four inches in height, the little one is still an eighth grader and has wowed the crowd of sports lovers with her fastballs.
She said in an interview recently that she was lucky to be a role model for so many and so she just had to be herself. All those who deny females their right to be sportsmen are answerable to Mo’ne Davis in the end.
Mo’ne Davis is the girl who has made the impossible possible. She is living proof that anything can be done and that dreams do come true provided you work hard enough.
Her impact on half the human race is indelible. There is baseball before Mo’ne and then there is baseball after Mo’ne. The main message she wants to give to the young women of the world is not to let the sexist barriers and overly chauvinistic restrictions get them down.
They should just seize the day and snatch their freedom. And she is also a clear example to the males of the world that females are not second class citizens.
They too have abilities that are as good if not better than their androgenic counterparts. Mo’ne is fast becoming a major fixture in women’s baseball. She has attracted the media’s attention too.
As an athlete and prodigy par excellence she is a golden girl and shining example of the fine art of perfecting one’s craft till one’s moves on the diamond are honed to a razor blade.