Jennie Finch Celebrity

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Birth Place: La Mirada, CA

Birthday: September 3, 1980, Virgo

Profession: Softball player, Reporter, Actor

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Fast Facts

  • Impressive high-school pitching career boasts a 50-12 record, including six perfect games, 13 no-hitters, 0.15 ERA and 784 strikeouts.
  • While at the University of Arizona, completed her 2001 season with a 32-0 record, setting an NCAA record.
  • Also holds NCAA record for most consecutive wins, amassing 60 straight over three seasons. 
  • Two-time honoree of softball's Honda Award, which is presented to the nation's top player.
  • Member of the 2004 Olympic gold-medal softball team; will compete in Beijing in 2008.
  • Voted "World's Hottest Sports Personality" by espn.com, graced the cover of Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue, and named to People magazine's list of "50 Most Beautiful People" in 2004.
  • Helped patent the "Finch Windmill", a pitching strength and endurance apparatus, with father Doug, who invented the conditioning device when Jennie was 11.
  • Struck out MLB sluggers such as Albert Pujols, Mike Piazza, Richie Sexson and more as a correspondent on ESPN's This Week in Baseball and at various exhibitions.

Relationships

  • Beverly Finch — Mother
  • Paisley Faye Daigle — Daughter
  • Diesel Dean Daigle — Son
  • Casey Daigle — Husband
  • Doug Finch — Father
  • Shane Finch — Brother
  • Ace Shane Daigle — Son
  • Landon Finch — Brother

College

  • University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

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