Diamondbacks coach Baylor faints at Miller Park



MILWAUKEE (AP) — Arizona Diamondbacks batting coach Don Baylor has been taken to a Milwaukee hospital after fainting at Miller Park on Friday morning.

Diamondbacks general manager Kevin Towers says Baylor had a “fainting episode” after eating breakfast in the clubhouse, and one of the team’s trainers caught him as he fell. Towers says Baylor was taken by ambulance to a hospital, accompanied by the team’s medical staff.

Towers says the 62-year-old Baylor is undergoing tests, and “so far, the tests have been positive.” It is not clear whether Baylor will rejoin the team for Saturday’s Game 1 of the NL division series against the Milwaukee Brewers.