Mo’ne Davis’ (auto-ish)biography, Mo’ne Davis: Remember My Name: My Story from First Pitch to Game Changer, is out today. At 207 pages, as you can see above, the book has one page for every 24 days of her life. But is that really all that crazy? Mark Twain’s autobiography, which sucked so bad they waited 100 years to print it, has a total of 1,496 pages (to his 27,170 days of life … MATH), one for every 18.16 days of his life. And as far as I know, that dude didn’t win any Little League World Series games. So what was that guy even writing about?