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08/08/22 11:47:00

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08/08 23:45 CDT Yankees' Carpenter fractures left foot on foul ball Yankees' Carpenter fractures left foot on foul ball SEATTLE (AP) --- New York Yankees designated hitter Matt Carpenter broke his left foot Monday night when he fouled off a pitch against the Seattle Mariners. Carpenter fouled a slider from starter Logan Gilbert off the foot in the first inning. The left-handed hitter was briefly checked by manager Aaron Boone, but finished the at-bat and struck out swinging. Tim Locastro replaced Carpenter in the third. The three-time All-Star was one of the feel-good stories in baseball this year while enjoying a resurgent season at age 36. Carpenter was toiling at Triple-A when the Texas Rangers released him in May. He signed with the Yankees and became a big surprise, earning regular playing time in a powerful lineup. Carpenter began the night hitting .307 with 15 home runs and 37 RBIs in just 127 at-bats. He batted below .200 in each of the previous two seasons with St. Louis. ___ More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/mlb and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports
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