Fox News Co-Host Thinks Girls Should Play ‘Female Friendly’ Sports, Like Soccer

In this Aug. 6, 2014, photo, Pennsylvania's Mo'Ne Davis steps on first as she beats the throw on a single against the District of Columbia during a baseball game in the Little League Eastern Regionals at Breen Stadium in Bristol, Conn. Davis and New Jersey's Kayla Roncin are competing to make it to the Little League World Series, a rare feat for girls. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Pennsylvania's Mo'Ne Davis steps on first as she beats the throw on a single against the District of Columbia during a baseball game in the Little League Eastern Regionals.
CHARLES KRUPA/AP

In an interview with Fox News this week, Mo’Ne Davis, the 13-year-old girl who helped send her team to the Little League World Series by pitching a shutout with her 70 mph fastball, was asked to switch to a different sport because of her gender.

Fox & Friends co-host Eric Bolling asked the question no one else was thinking: “Quick question Mo’Ne. What about a typically, uh, I don’t know, female friendly sport like soccer, no?”

Davis responded diplomatically, saying that she does play soccer, but it’s not her favorite sport. She’s also already said that she dreams of playing in the WNBA some day.

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Davis went on to say that she could strike Bolling out. As for Bolling, soccer may not be as “female friendly” as he thinks it is: