first name: 
Jennie
last name: 
Finch
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AL
sport: 
Fastpitch
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One of the game’s true superstars, Finch’s overpowering pitching helped raise the awareness of women’s softball to new heights while setting records at the University of Arizona. After graduation, she led the USA Softball Women’s National Team to gold in 2004 and had a great pro career before retiring following the 2010 season.

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Players
birth date: 
Wed, 09/03/1980
birth place: 
La Mirada, CA
career highlights: 
Won two Olympic medals and seven world championships with the U.S. national team
"Most famous softball player in history" according to Time Magazine
Two-time Pan American Gold Medalist (2003, 2007)
Two-time World Cup Champion (2006, 2007)
Won 60 consecutive games at University of Arizona
Three-time World Champion