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Update: Cory Sullivan welcomes daughter

07/09/2007 at 09:11 AM ET

Update: Cory and Bresee Sullivan welcomed daughter Riley Dylan at 2:10 a.m. on Thursday, July 5 at Rose Medical Center in Denver, Colorado.

Originally posted June 28th: Cory Sullivan of the Colorado Rockies is waiting on pins and needles for his wife Bresee to go into labor and the center fielder is not taking any chances of missing of the birth.

[Rockies' assistant trainer] Scott Gehret usually has my phone duringthe game, so if anything calls, he’s got it. My mom iswith my wife at all times. If she does have the baby today, or whenever it is during the game,I’ll just head back [to Denver] and meet the team in Houston.Hopefully, she doesn’t have it for four more days, then we’ll be athome and it’ll work out well.

The couple were married November of 2006.

Source: Colorado Rockies Official Site

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J.J. on

I’m confused. Did Cory Sullivan have a son or a daughter? Most of the sources myself that said he and Breese welcomed a son named Riley Daniel but I also found other sources that they had a daughter, Riley Dylan, including what CBB posted. Can anyone confirm it for real?


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