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BALTIMORE (WJZ)–The Ravens lose, but one baby girl born at Sinai Hospital is a big winner.

She’s receiving a $3,000 savings bond because she was the first baby born at Sinai after the start of the Ravens-Patriots  AFC Championship Game.

Baby girl Segal tipped the scale at 8 pounds, 15 ounces, and measured 21.3 inches in length. She was born at 10:41 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 22.

Shaina and Gershom Segal are the baby’s proud parents.

“I certainly wasn’t anticipating winning an award while my wife was in labor yesterday,” says Gershom Segal. “However, now that our daughter is here, it’s a wonderful surprise. We appreciate the children’s hospital’s involvement in the community, and wish it continued success in providing its patients with dedicated care.”

The Segals, who found out about the contest last week, delivered all five of their children at Sinai.

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