Originally Published: August 31, 2005By Scott Engel | ESPN Fantasy Games
Softball superstar Jennie Finch has compiled a seemingly endless list of impressive accomplishments. She is an overpowering pitcher and superb all-around player who has led USA Softball to the gold medal. She holds the NCAA record for consecutive victories with 60, established while she was at the University of Arizona. Finch has become a well-known spokesperson and model and has endorsement deals with Sprint and Bank of America. She has been a regular star on "This Week in Baseball" and has struck out major-leaguers such as Albert Pujols and Mike Piazza on the show. Finch has established herself as a softball legend, and she sells the "Finch Windmill" exercise machine on her Web site and has her own line of softball gloves by Mizuno. She plays professional softball for the Chicago Bandits of the National Pro Fast Pitch league. And she has been named one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People. Finch is also a very proud fantasy football owner who has enjoyed championship glory. She credits Kurt Warner and Stephen Davis as the forces behind her first run to fantasy supremacy.
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