Jennie Finch started playing softball as a 5-year-old in Southern California. She is married to former Major League Baseball pitcher Casey Daigle. American softball player Jennie Finch helped propel the U.S. softball team to the gold medal at the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, and she returned to the U.S. team for the 2008 Games in Beijing as one of the most well-known softball players in the world.

Jennie's dad, Doug, spent countless hours working with … By 8, she was pitching. She made the varsity team for softball as a freshman at La Mirada High School.
They began dating each other when Daigle proposed to Finch on the softball field at the University of Arizona. Her first recruiting letter came during her freshman year at La Miranda High from UCLA.

Jennie Finch was born on September 3, 1980, in La Mirada, California and grew up in a close knit family.
Jennie Finch is a married woman since a long time. She is the youngest of Doug and Bev Finch's three children. Family is important to Jennie and she credits them for much of her success. Jennie joined L'il Miss T-Ball, which was her first league, when she was five years old. Earlier in the summer, Jennie signed a three-year extension with the Bandits and she will return to pitch in 2009 for the Bandits to help Chicago defend its 2008 NPF Championship. Jennie signed autographs for lucky fans and enjoyed the action of her NPF team. They together have three children named Diesel Dean Daigle, Paisley Faye Daigle, and Ace Shane Daigle. Jennie Finch was born on September 3, 1980, in La Mirada, California. An All-American at the University of Arizona, a two-time Olympic medalist, and professional All-Star, Jennie Finch is the most dominant pitcher in women’s softball history, even taking her talents to MLB training camps and All-Star games to challenge baseball’s best. Former softball star Jennie Finch is one of the most dominating female athletes in the history of sports. The couple got married on January 15, 2005.