Alex Dickerson of the San Francisco Giants and His Wife Jennifer Welcome Son Levi

MLB champion Alex Dickerson and his wife, Jennifer, are in a celebratory mood after welcoming baby Levi, their first child together.

San Francisco Giants (SFG) star Alex Dickerson and his wife Jennifer have ushered in the birth of their first child, Levi. The San Francisco Giants' official Twitter page made the announcement with a divine family photo that showed the new parents and their infant at the hospital.

The fresh out of the womb snapshot had Dickerson, 30, taking the family selfie as he presented a lovely smile and flanked his wife, who laid on the hospital bed with their sleeping son.

Alex Dickerson of the San Francisco Giants poses at Photo Day on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images

Alex Dickerson of the San Francisco Giants poses at Photo Day on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images

While the MLB franchise welcomed the baby boy to the world, many fans filled the comments with sweet words and congratulatory messages for the new mom and dad.

In preparation for his child's birth, SFG already placed Dickerson on the paternity leave list, leaving him out of their game against the Oakland A's.

A week before the outfielder and his wife became parents; he was in the news after receiving a false COVID-19 positive test. When the shocking test result proved positive, the SFG had to cancel their game with the San Diego Padres.

Speaking about how he felt, Dickerson made it known that the news was bothering and unbelievable. He shared that he actually did not believe the test was correct because he earlier took a test with his wife, and they were certified negative.

Following the positive test, the 30-year-old underwent six more tests and got the desired result. He said about receiving the false test result:

"It was something you can't really prepare for, and you deal with it. It was very stressful. I didn't sleep much. That's the year we're having…"

San Francisco Giants outfielder Alex Dickerson looks on before a MLB game between the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers on September 6, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

San Francisco Giants outfielder Alex Dickerson looks on before a MLB game between the San Francisco Giants and the Los Angeles Dodgers on September 6, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

In preparation for his child's birth, SFG already placed Dickerson on the paternity leave list, leaving him out of their game against the Oakland A's.

SFG's Peralta was optioned, but he would be an active player in the team's next game in place of Dickerson, who is on paternity leave. It is unclear when the star player would be returning to the field, but his team would miss his actions as a top hitter.

Initially, the positive COVID-19 test result had the SFG taking measures that immediately removed Dickerson from the field and placed him in isolation at Petco Park. Two of their games were also postponed.

So far, the baseball star and his teammates have been cleared and certified negative to COVID-19, but he could not get over the negative effect that the false result had on him and his family.

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