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Baseball Champ Mo'ne Davis Is Tough Act to Follow

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

The star pitcher's success in August is earning her a place in baseball's Hall of Fame for good reason. The pressures on girls to give up baseball around age 12 are major league. "I'd rather not be the odd-person-out on an all boys team," says one softball player.

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