It’s World Series time and the Detroit Tigers are not in this race, but two American car brands from Detroit are.
Chevy throws a hard slider, care of Mo’Ne Davis.
Dodge, on the other hand, tosses a change up in the dirt.
Dodge is celebrating 100 years of male bravado and muscle cars. Chevy, thankfully, is looking at American culture quite a bit differently. Chevy’s America has room for strong women in it.
“I stand for girls who want to play sports with the boys. I throw 70 miles per hour. That’s throwing like a girl,” Little League World Series pitcher, Mo’ne Davis says.
Dodge looks out of touch, while Chevy appears to be on the pulse of what’s real and good in America. Dodge toots its own horn and bows to 100 years of tradition, like it means something.
Chevy considers what could be when everyone in America is able to compete in a true meritocracy.
In related news, Kansas City bounced back big tonight with a 7-2 win. The series is tied 1-1 and game three is in San Francisco on Friday.