Softball star Jennie Finch offers a candid look at her life on and off the field in a new interview with DICK'S Sporting Goods "453 and a Half" blog. In a long and insightful Q&A, Finch opens up about her achievements, her upbringing, and how sports helped her go from being an outcast to a standout. "I was always the biggest girl out there," Finch tells 453 and a Half. ...
Two-time Olympic medalist Jennie Finch says that to keep batters off-guard at the highest level, a softball pitcher needs to be able to throw every type of pitch well. "My dad
On a daily basis, sports fans are treated to highlight reels full of spectacular feats of athleticism. From high-flying slam dunks to jaw-dropping touchdowns, there’s hardly ever a day that doesn’t feature something that makes us say ‘wow.’ We also applaud the athletes who return from injury, and lament those whose careers are derailed by their bodies deteriorating and falling...
Each week, STACK scours the Instagram accounts of the world's best athletes and teams to bring you their most interesting posts. This week, Jennie Finch embarrasses Adrian Peterson at the
mlb.com Adrian Peterson is an All Pro tough, rugged running back. Jennie Finch, while being an All World softball pitcher is a girl. Save the emails. Jennie Finch would probably make me look silly too, but she downright embarrassed Peterson during the pre-All Star Game celebrity softball game. I give props to All Day as, according to ESPN.com, he told her, “Don’t take it...
Hannah Rogers touched down in LA on Tuesday for the ESPYS. She hit Santa Monica Pier and also hung with Jennie Finch.
Most hitters in the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game see pitching that would be right at home in your local beer league. That wasn’t good enough for Adrian Peterson. The Minnesota Vikings running back took part in the annual event Sunday night at Target Field, and when he stepped into the box against former U.S. Olympian Jennie Finch, he asked her to bring the heat...
TUCSON, Ariz. -- To say she's had her share of "ups and downs" would be a disservice to Kenzie Fowler, Arizona's one-time pitching prodigy in the mold of Jennie Finch, Nancy Evans and Taryne Mowatt. Those three were NCAA champions and were all but unhittable in Arizona's run to the titles. Fowler seemed destined to follow in their footsteps after signing with the Wildcats out of...
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