Ex-softball player Jennie Finch net worth has been estimated to $1.5 million. Born in 1980, she is married to Casey Daigle currently She was the All-American right handed hitting softball pitcher. She is also the first-baseman from California. She pitched for USA national softball team, Arizona Wildcats.
|Full Name||Jennie Lynn Finch|
|Jennie Finch Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Name||Jennie Lynn Finch|
|Source of Income||Softball pitcher|
|Birth Date||September 3, 1980|
|Birth Place||La Mirada, California, United States|
|Height||6.01 feet / 1.83 m|
|Weight||77 kg / 170 lb|
|Parents||Bev Finch and Doug Finch|
Jennie Finch was born in California. She was born in 1980. She started playing softball at her childhood in kindergarten. She has now grown to an excellent athlete. She is the right-handed softball pitcher. She also showed her interest in multiple sports in her high school, including basketball and volleyball. However, she ultimately chose softball and concentrated in this sport.
Jennie Finch played for University of Arizona. She also won Honda Sports Award twice. She also got the name of being All-American pitcher for three times. She won about 51 games in college, which became an inspiration for her to grow in her career.
Jennie Finch was leading the US Softball team in 2004 Olympics, which won two games and also received gold medal. In 2008, her US team won Silver.
Jennie Finch is currently working as the commentator and she is also playing for the National Pro Fastpitch League. Jennie Finch won the Women’s College World Series in 2001. She was described by the Time Magazine as the most famous and well known softball player ever in the history. Jennie Finch retired from the softball sports in 2010 and she concentrated more on her family welfare. She, however, started working as the color analyst during 2011 for famous TV called ESPN, while simultaneously doing college softball games and National Pro Fastpitch.