Mo'ne Davis is the 13-year-old pitcher who broke the Little League World Series this year by becoming the first girl to pitch a shut-out. On Saturday, night she continued to smash it by throwing the first pitch of World Series Game Four in San Francisco.
The 13-year-old was asked to throw from the front of the mound... but she marched confidently straight to the top.
And no surprise she threw a PERFECT fast-ball.
Boys from the Little League World Champions, Jackie Robinson West, could only watch on in awe.
Remember it's not the easiest feat with all the world watching. Just ask 50 Cent.
Mo'ne Davis' appearance got all the media attention on Saturday night at AT&T Park.
It's no surprise because Mo'ne continues to be the biggest boss in baseball.