It’s another W for Mo’ne Davis. Sports Illustrated Kids has named the Philadelphia Little League star its Sports Kid of the Year.
As part of the Taney Dragons’ thrilling third-place run in Williamsport, Pa. this past summer, the 13-year-old became the first female pitcher to win a Little League World Series game.
Philly’s Mo’ne Davis threw out the first pitch at the Dodgers game on Tuesday, met Clayton Kershaw, and signed a ball for Yasiel Puig.
Nick Foles is among the eight quarterbacks featured on Sports Illustrated’s NFL Preview covers.
Taney’s Mo’ne Davis will have to overcome the SI Cover Jinx.
Mo’ne Davis’ mom says, “I never in a million years thought this whole thing would blow up like this.”
Mo’ne Davis has become the first Little Leaguer to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated.
LeSean McCoy is one of four athletes gracing an SI cover this week.
When you think of swimsuit models, you tend to think of Rio, Miami Beach or a remote tropical island. You don’t usually think of the Jersey Shore.
Sports Illustrated has a long history of cover stories that end in disaster for the players and teams being featured.
The stories of the Sports Illustrated Jinx are many. Players that find themselves on the cover of the legendary magazine have a habit of failure in the immediate future after the issue comes out.
If being on the cover of Sports Illustrated is still considered a jinx, the Eagles don’t have a quarterback who can escape it.
The Phillies have four of the top 50 highest paid US athletes.
NBA veteran center Jason Collins has become the first active male professional athlete in the major four American sports leagues to come out as gay.
Kate Upton is back on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Cover for the second straight year.