Do you separate pounds and ounces, feet and inches with commas?

Example:

The baby weighed five pounds, nine ounces.

He stood six feet, three inches tall.

a five-pound, nine-ounce baby

a six-foot, three-inch man

Are the four examples correctly written, punctuated, and hyphenated?

Thank you.
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Anybody have any guidance on this?

Thanks.
No commas. Again, these are style issues. I think all of these are acceptable, but I think, following Chicago, that it is better to use numerals here.

The baby weighed five pounds nine ounces.

The baby weighed 5 pounds 9 ounces.

a five-pound nine-ounce baby (I'm guessing; don't see anything in the style book)

a 5-pound 9-ounce baby

He stood six feet three. (or, more colloquially, six foot three)

He is 6 feet 3 inches.

a six-foot-three man

When you have whole numbers plus fractions (ounces, inches), they are often better expressed in numerals. (The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed., p 383)
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a five-pound nine-ounce baby (I'm guessing; don't see anything in the style book)

I've been rereading a number of books on style issues. I think this would be better as a 5-pound 9-ounce baby. Or even better -- when you're thinking of putting a bunch of hyphens, recast the sentence: a baby weighing 5 pounds 9 ounces.