Woman's softball pitcher who has struck out Major League greats such as Mike Piazza, Albert Pujols and Larry Walker.
Spends 90 minutes a day lifting weights.
Plans to get married to Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Casey Daigle on October 30, 2004, at the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California. They plan to honeymoon in Bora Bora.
Has two toy poodles named Misty and Hershey, and a Yorkshire terrier named Prada.
Has two brothers, Shane and Landon, both married.
Parents' names are Doug and Bev.
Jennie Finch Detailed Biography -
Jennie Finch was born on September 3, 1980 and raised in La Mirada, Calif. Jennie Finch attended La Mirada High School. Jennie Finch played for her high school softball team at several positions including pitcher, first base and shortstop. Jennie Finch was honored with many awards and as a result, was named the number one high school recruit by Jump Magazine in 1998.
While attending University of Arizona, Jennie Finch earned various additional awards. While playing for the Wildcats, Jennie Finch had a record of 109-16, hit 50 home runs, and had a .301 batting average. Jennie Finch set the NCAA record with 60 consecutive pitching wins over three seasons.
Jennie Finch was selected for the U.S. Olympic Softball Team in January 2004 and currently resides in La Mirada, California.