Cesar Brioso, USA TODAY Published 11:11 a.m. ET March 29, 2020 | Updated 11:15 a.m. ET March 29, 2020CLOSE USA TODAY Sports’ Mark Medina discusses NBA star Stephen Curry’s interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. USA TODAYA longtime coach and manager in the Oakland Athletics’ minor league system has tested positive for the novel coronavirus and is hospitalized in Louisiana.Webster Garrison, 54, who last season managed the A’s Class A Advanced affiliate Stockton Ports, is on a ventilator as he battles COVID-19, his fiancée, Nikki Trudeaux, said in a post on Facebook. “This man, my fiancé, Webster Garrison, the love of my life, is on a ventilator in the hospital, fighting for his life, and I can’t even be at his side!” Trudeaux wrote in her post. “I’m asking, pleading, and begging you to help lift him and the entire world up in prayer!”Late Saturday night, Trudeaux posted that Garrison “didn’t have any set backs.”This season will be Garrison’s 22nd as coach or manager with the organization. He was slated to manage one of the A’s Arizona Fall League teams.CORONAVIRUS & SPORTS: Get the latest news and information right in your inbox. Sign up here.The A’s acknowledged in a statement that a minor league staff member has


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