Cincinnati Reds Manager Dusty Baker was having more tests done Thursday after being hospitalized because of an irregular heartbeat before Wednesday's game against the Chicago Cubs.
Acting manager Chris Speier said he hadn't talked to Baker on Thursday because he was having the test. He did talk to him Wednesday night and said he sounded good.
“I worry about Dusty and everybody in that clubhouse was really worried last night,” Speier said. “You don't just go to the hospital for a cold or anything like that. And I still feel that way."
The Reds begin a three-game series with the Dodgers on Friday.
Baker left Wrigley Field more than two hours before Wednesday night's game, and it was initially announced he would have chest X-rays to “rule out pneumonia.”