The Little League World Series hasn't even started yet, and Mo'Ne Davis is already facing questions about her gender.

During Davis' appearance on "Fox & Friends," host Eric Bolling asked the the 13-year-old phenom about playing a more "female-friendly sport" than baseball.

Davis responds with aplomb:

The teenager made Little League history over the weekend when she became the first girl to toss a complete game shutout in a Little League World Series-clinching matchup. She throws a 70 mph fastball, which has proven practically unhittable.

When Davis and her Taney (Pa.) Dragons take on South Nashville on Friday, she'll become the 17th girl to play in the Little League World Series in the event's 68-year history.

As for Bolling, unfortunately this isn't his first questionable response to a young girl's success in a traditionally boy-dominated sport. Bolling has criticized women for playing football and has said that girls playing against boys amounts to the "wussification of American men."

Wonder if Bolling has checked out this hit?

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