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 full-time mom who also endorses product for Chobani, a Greek yogurt company, runs triathlons, appears in celebrity softball tournaments and presents awards at the ESPYs - among other things. Here's a look back at her through the years.
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Jennie Finch, the Arizona Wildcats star that became the face of softball worldwide, announced today she will retire from the United States national team after this weekend’s tournament.
Of all the benefits of being the world's most famous softball player, none was more pleasing…
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