Jennie Finch was a national champion and Olympic gold medalist during her illustrious softball career. The former pitcher can now add undefeated managerial record to her resume.

Finch became the first woman to manage a professional baseball team Sunday, guiding the Atlantic League's Bridgeport Bluefish past the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs 3-1. Finch was serving as a guest manager for the Bluefish, joining Pete Rose and Paul O'Neil as the franchise's only guest skippers.

3-1 W for @BPTBluefish today! Pitchers kept us in it, battled tough on the hill. https://t.co/K27qKsPhaF

— Jennie Finch (@JennieFinch) May 29, 2016

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But Finch wasn't just making lineup changes Sunday. She also threw out the first pitch and talked to the fans before the game.

Awesome to see @JennieFinch guest manage the Bluefish and throw out the first pitch today! pic.twitter.com/GB1IGiTgjG

— Caitlin Pereira (@CaitPereira) May 29, 2016

.@JennieFinch pregame speech! #GameOn pic.twitter.com/e7tckZx4xA

— Bridgeport Bluefish (@BPTBluefish) May 29, 2016

Finch, who guided the Arizona Wildcats to the 2001 Women's College World Series title, helped Team USA to a gold medal in 2004 and a silver in 2008.