Jennie's charity is The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. PERSONAL CONNECTION: Jennie lost a close friend to breast cancer. A family member was later diagnosed with breast cancer but has beaten it, Jennie believes that developments through the foundation helped save her life.More Info
Olympic Gold Medalist: Softball
STATUS - FIRED
Jennie Finch is one of America's best-known female athletes. She won a Gold Medal in Athens in 2004 as a member of the US Olympic Softball Team, and is a two-time Honda Award winner. She was named Most Outstanding Player in the NCAA and WCWS, and still holds the NCAA all-time winning streak for softball with 60 wins.
Finch was one of the faces of this year's ESPN Fantasy Baseball and was the first female correspondent for "This Week in Baseball." In 2004, she was named one of People's "50 Most Beautiful People."
Finch is married to Diamondbacks pitcher Casey Daigle. The two are proud parents of one-year-old Ace.
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