Mo'Ne Davis, the 13-year-old wunderkind and star pitcher of the Taney Dragons, showed her incredible pitch technique by striking out late night TV host Jimmy Fallon on Friday night.
The prize was a cheesesteak for whoever got the most hits or strikes in a 10-pitch game of wiffle-ball, which Fallon claimed to be a star in.
In fact, he did get two hits in.
But that was likely due to Mo'Ne's lack of familiarity with the plastic wiffle ball, which she quickly adapts to in the video below before getting striking Fallon out and actually hitting him once with the ball, at which point he mock-rushed the mound.
Catcher Scott Bandura from the team, which fought their way to this year's Little League World Series, also played in the game.