Jennie Finch has dominated the softball diamond for years, and is currently dominating life. Married with three kids, Jennie Finch does it all. Here are some facts about her:
University of Arizona Three-time All-American pitcher and first baseman.
60 consecutive wins.
Struck out a total of 1,028 batters.
Won gold at 2004 Athens Summer Olympics.
Struck out 2005 National League MVP and two-time World Series champion, Albert Pujols.
Here is her advice on life, competition, and motivation.
Justin Marroquin: What motivates you daily?
Jennie Finch: The desire to be the best that I can be, as a wife, mother, daughter, and more! To make the most of each and everyday that God has blessed me with.
JM: Describe your mindset that made you succeed in life and sports.
JF: My work ethic that pushed me to never compromise, belief in myself, my competitive spirit, my drive to be the best that I can be. I always tried to do above and beyond in my preparation.
JM: What is one piece of advice that you feel would greatly benefit anybody?
JF: Be confident, believing in yourself is key.
See jenniefinch.com for more.
Check out her Twitter account at twitter.com/jfinch27.