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Red Sox Pitcher Jonathan Papelbon Welcomes Daughter Parker Alice

12/30/2008 at 02:00 PM ET

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It’s a girl for Boston Red Sox All Star pitcher Jonathan Papelbon and his wife Ashley. The Boston Globe reports that the couple recently welcomed daughter Parker Alice Papelbon, weighing in at 8 lbs 4 oz. While her exact date of birth is not stated, Ashley was due to deliver on New Years Day.

The couple were married in 2005, and Parker is their first child.

Source: Boston.com

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AJ on

Aww, yay! I’m so excited for Pap. And his daughters initials are PAP. That’s soo cute! Go Sox!

stefanie on

I’m happy for them! I love Pap and thought the same thing as you AJ about the initials!

Philippa on

I’m not a fan of the name Parker for a girl, but I love Alice!

Jae on

Aww.. how sweet! Wonder if we’ll see little Parker roaming around Fenway?! :)
Congrats to Pap & his wife! What a blessing.

heather lynn on

wow I love the name! Pap… the initials are so cute! Congrats to Pap and Ashley :)

babyboopie on

I’m inclined to say I do not like the name but congratulations on your baby girl, 8lbs 4oz is a healthy weight!

Ellie on

Aww. I was just thinking about him. I love the name and how it isn’t really out there. And the initials are so cute!
Congrats!

M on

Don’t like the name, would like something girly like Sophia Alice or something. But Congrats, bet she’s adorable!!

vjk on

I guess they will find a PAP smear in the diaper eh.

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