In one dugout Friday at Citi Field sat Dusty Baker, Major League Baseball’s second-oldest manager at age 68. Baker, whose postseason-bound Nationals used a lineup full of reserves in the Mets’ 7-6 win, appears to boast plenty of job security as his contract expires. In the other dugout stood Terry Collins, born three weeks before Baker in 1949. Collins is also in the final days of his contract, though his future is far murkier.

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