Michael Kopech has filed for a divorce from Vanessa Morgan, according to the Chicago Tribune.
The newspaper cited Morris County, Texas court records and said the case was sealed on Monday after its inquiry.
According to the Tribune, Kopech filed for the divorce on June 19, a little over five months after the couple got married in a small ceremony in Florida.
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Morgan posted a gender reveal photo for her child last week, but Kopech was nowhere to be found in the carousel of photos and videos, or in her copy.
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Exciting news... I am overjoyed to be welcoming my baby boy into the world this January 💙. This little guy has already brought me so much happiness and a feeling of such a greater purpose. I cannot wait to meet you!! On a personal note, I have had the blessing of growing up in the public eye having started my acting career at age 6. While this has been incredible for me, I am very much looking forward to giving this little guy some room to grow up outside of the public eye, until he tells me otherwise 🙂. Lil one you were made with so much love & already exude a light so strong it warms my belly. Thank you God for this blessing ☺️ I’m just so happy & can’t wait to dedicate everyday to being the best mommy I can be ♥️ “I’ll love you forever I’ll like you for always as long as I’m living my baby you’ll be 🎶 “- if you know you know #preggers 🤰🏽 #quarantine🎁 👶🏼
Kopech figured to compete for a role in the White Sox starting rotation this season after rehabbing from Tommy John surgery, but the team announced he had opted out of the season on July 10, citing personal matters.
"We recognize that reaching this decision is incredibly difficult for any competitive athlete, and our organization is understanding and supportive,” White Sox GM Rick Hahn said in a statement. "We will work with Michael to assure his development continues throughout 2020, and we look forward to welcoming him back into our clubhouse for the 2021 season."
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