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Angels win, but coronavirus still playing havoc with MLB

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The two oldest managers in baseball trudged ahead Saturday at Angel Stadium. Dusty Baker of the Houston Astros is 71, and a cancer survivor. Joe Maddon of the Angels is 66. Each would be at high risk were he to contract the novel coronavirus.

"At the end of the day, it's about good health," Maddon said. "We can't enjoy anything in our life without that."

For a day, the Angels (3-6) could enjoy a victory. After closer Hansel Robles blew the save by giving up two home runs in the ninth inning, Michael Hermosillo's walkoff sacrifice fly

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