Jennie Finch is a famous and very talented American former baseball pitcher. She was born on 3rd September 1980 in La Mirada, California, USA and her birth name is Jennie Lynn Finch. In addition, she holds an American nationality and belongs to North American ethnicity. Likewise, she was born to a very supportive family. She is the daughter of Doug Finch and Bev Finch. She has two brothers named Shane Finch and Landon Finch. While talking about her academic career, she studied at La Mirada High School, where she played baseball, basketball, and volleyball. Later, she enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles, for her education there she played baseball for the University’s team. Shortly, she joined the University of Arizona. Likewise, in 2003, she graduated with a degree in communications from the University of Arizona.
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Throwing it all the way back to the 2004 @fiesta_bowl Grand Marshall day! It was an amazing week with family. • So proud of @Fiesta_Bowl for recognizing Women in Sports as the theme for this year’s Desert Financial Fiesta Bowl Parade. As a past Grand Marshal, I can’t begin to say how excited I am that @DianaTaurasi @JulieErtz @J_Mac1422 @AmyGolfsNDances @AllysaSeely are honored! • Ok, who are you cheering for to play @lsufootball … @ohiostatefb or @clemsonfb & btw what a game?!?
She is a married woman of 39 years old. He tied a knot with former Major League Baseball pitcher Casey Daigle in 2005. This beautiful couple shares three children together. As for now, she is living happily with her family and friends.
She is a beautiful woman with a tall and athletic body figure. Similarly, she stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch and weighs about 60 kg. Furthermore, she looks more attractive with her blue colored eyes and brown colored hair and fit body measuring about 34-26-36 inches respectively.
She started playing baseball in 2004 professionally. In 2004, she won the gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics with team USA. She also represented Team USA and won a silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics. As a club player, she played for the Chicago Bandits of the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) softball league. Later, in 2005, she won the NPF’s Co-Pitcher of the Year award. However, in 2010, she announced her retirement from softball. Then after in 2011, she started working as a color analyst for ESPN. Thus, she gained a good name and popularity from her career. Likewise, she was awarded by the Best Dressed woman at the Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Awards and named Finch one of its 50 Most Beautiful People.
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Dressing my kids in LSU gear (yes, we live in Louisiana & if you live in LA, you cheer for the Tigers) this morning… it made me think about the players and what their morning is feeling like. I remember waking up on National Championship day. The day you’ve trained your whole life for. The day in which your dreams will either come true or be COMPLETELY crushed. You just want to race forward, load the bus, get to the locker room, get your uni on. You want it to be gametime, you want to compete, & get to the finish. You try to convince yourself it’s the same game you’ve played your whole life. You’ve gone through every play, every scenario, every move you’re going to make a million times. You’ve tried to get a good nights rest, but you didn’t. Your mind is on the game. You try to make it like any other day, except it’s not. It’s the Nat’l Championship. The day in which every team in America hopes to play in. You just want to be at the stadium, on the field, with your teammates, looking in each others eyes, giving everything you have > heart, soul, mind, blood, sweat, tears, YOU’VE laid it all out… it’s GEAUX time. For me, I started reciting Philippians 4:13 before every pitch my Junior year of college. This was my calm. I knew who was in control (as much as I wanted to be in control, I knew I wasn’t). I’ve done all I could (what I could control) leading up to this moment. Now, it’s about believing and trusting. Giving everything, relying on my preparation, I knew no one had worked harder for this than I/we had (my second calm). It’s a matter of focusing on the task at hand, one play at a time, controlling my breathing, controlling my mental state (one pitch at a time). Usually when we feel the pressure the game speeds up, like crazy fast, it’s crucial to slow it down. It’s not the next play, the last play, it’s ALWAYS THIS PLAY. Championships are won long, long before the day of… both teams belong. It now comes down to EXECUTION and sometimes a little luck. I do firmly believe the harder you work, the luckier you get. Who do you think we be the last team standing tonight? I can’t wait to watch.
She collected an excellent amount of money from her successful career. Thus, she has a net worth of $1.5 million but her salary is $150,000/year.
- Full Name: Jennie Finch
- Age: 39 years 4 months
- Birth Date: September 03, 1980
- Horoscope: Virgo
- Birth Place: California, USA
- Height: 6 feet 1 inch
- Ethnicity: North American
- Nationality: American
- Profession: Former baseball pitcher, Arizona Wildcats, Chicago Bandits, USA national softball team
- Father’s Name: Doug Finch
- Mother’s Name: Bev Finch
- Education: University of Arizona
- Weight: 60 Kg
- Hair Color: Brown
- Eye Color: Blue
- Net Worth: $1.5 Million