"Say My Name, Say My Name!" Yes! Mo’Ne Davis becomes the first Little League player in history to be featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated!
She redefines “throwing like a girl” — and the world is cheering her for it. Mo’ne Davis, a 13-year-old pitcher from Philadelphia, is gaining fans — and striking fear in the competition — after becoming the first female player to pitch a shutout at the Little League World Series.
The September 2014 issue features:
—We talk 20 years of album covers with Spoon
—Did you know Bob Dylan makes sculptures, too?
—We enter the fine art and fashion world of Hedi Slimane
—Brecht Vandenbroucke does political cartoons as fine art
—Maja Ruznic opens up about escaping war
—We talk to the “R. Crumb” of Australia, Reg Mombassa
—Isaac Tin Wei Lin takes time from cat-sitting to talk to Austin McManus
—Scott Greenwalt is still getting metaphysical in Oakland
—Simon Cole gives a city guide to Toronto
—Clay Hickson does design via Chicago