By Justin Udo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Mo’ne Davis and the Taney Dragons’ incredible run in this year’s Little League World Series has earned the star pitcher a place in the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

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Davis is the first female pitcher to win a game in the Little League World Series.

Now the jersey she wore while pitching a complete game shutout hangs in Cooperstown, New York, the same place that plays tribute to other Philadelphia baseball icons like Steve Carlton, Joe Morgan and Mike Schmidt.

During a ceremony in Cooperstown on Thursday, where Davis’s jersey was inducted into the museum, she said she definitely understands the importance of this moment.

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It will pave the way for more girls to play baseball and will be a better sport,” Davis said.

Davis says to see her shutout jersey on display in the Hall of Fame is amazing.
 

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