Mo'ne Davis' Chevy Ad Will Leave You With A Lump In Your Throat

Is there anything Mo'ne Davis can't do?

After wowing the world with her arm and becoming the first female pitcher ever to win a game at the Little League World Series, the 13-year-old Philadelphian is now starring in an ad for Chevrolet.

She doesn't pitch the auto brand directly, but she hits our emotions right in the strike zone. In a verbal letter to America, Davis talks about her memorable summer and beyond. "Every day of the week, I'm playing soccer, basketball or baseball. I stand for girls who want to play sports with the boys and to be a role model for people, young and old," she says.

And of course she refers to her celebrated 70 mile an hour fastball, declaring, "That's throwing like a girl."

The Spike Lee-directed commercial premiered during Game 1 of the MLB World Series on Tuesday. The spot will not affect Davis' amateur status for college sports in the future, NCAA spokeswoman Emily James confirmed in a statement published by ESPN.

Prepare yourself now for a lump-in-the-throat ending.

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