Running on fumes after doing the New York City Triathlon earlier in the day, Jennie Finch hams it up with Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith at the MLB Legends and Celebrity Softball Game.
Days later at the ESPYs in L.A., Finch gave out the Capital One Cup to UCLA (men) and North Carolina (women).
Got a busy day planned? Consider Jennie Finch's schedule this past Sunday.
Though she's retired, former Arizona Wildcats pitching superstar Jennie Finch works just as hard as she ever did for the Cats, Team USA or her National Pro Fastpitch teams. Now living in Louisiana with her husband, Casey Daigle, and her three children, Ace, Diesel and Paisley, Finch is a ful…
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Jennie Finch, a four-year star for the Arizona Wildcats, was on the 2004 gold medal team and the 2008 silver medalists.
Jennie Finch played a major role in softball garnering more national attention, leading the U.S. to a gold medal while pitching in the 2004 Games, finishing with a 2-0 record and allowing just one hit while striking out 13 in eight innings over two starts.
Since leaving the Arizona Wildcats 10 years ago, Jennie Finch has played in two Olympics, given birth to two boys and, after remaining the face of softball, retired to ESPN's broadcast booth.
Jennie Finch's post-Wildcat career has included Olympic softball, marriage and two kids. She also pitched in celebrity softball games on All-Star weekends, this one at Chase Field.
Since graduating from the Arizona Wildcats 10 years ago, Jennie Finch has played in two Olympics, given birth to two boys and, after remaining the face of softball, retired to ESPN’s broadcast booth.