Softball star Jennie Finch was part of the cast for Celebrity Apprentice in 2007. Others in the group included Gene Simmons, Stephen Baldwin, Trace Adkins and many more. Jennie Finch was fired by Donald Trump on January 24, 2008.
Softballer Jennie Finch began playing the sport at five years old and never looked back. She was a three-time All-American pitcher and first baseman. She attended University of Arizona, where she amassed 119 career victories and a total of 1,028 strikeouts.
Jennie Finch and other members of the US women's softball team were tearful as they received their silver medals at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 21, 2008. The US team lost to Japan by a score of 3-1.
Jennie Finch hams it up with her son, Ace Shane Daigle. Jennie Finch is married to Houston Astros' pitcher Casey Daigle. The two were married on January 15, 2005 welcomed Ace into the world on May 4, 2006.
Jennie Finch, Laur Berg and the rest of their US teammates were victorious in the final game of the World Cup of Softball on July 16, 2007. USA defeated Japan 3-0 and Jennie Finch's son Ace is very interested in taking home the trophy.
Jennie Finch modeled swimwear for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition in 2005-06. Playboy made Jennie Finch a lucrative offer to pose in the magazine, but she turned it down, citing she'd rather be a role model to young girls.
The pitchers for the 2004 US Olympic women's softball team posed for a portrait at Arco Olympic Trainer Center. The softball pitchers include Lisa Fernandez, Cat Osterman, Jennie Finch and Lori Harrigan.
Softballer Jennie Finch was one of the many athletes in attendance at the 29th annual Salute to Women in Sports Awards. The event, which is presented by the Women's Sports Foundation, took place at The Waldorf-Astoria Hotel on October 14, 2008 in New York City.