Matt Carpenter’s left foot is broken by foul ball during a revival season for the New York Yankees

SEATTLE — Matt CarpenterSeason of the's Dream Comeback with The New York Yankees Seattle's Monday night may have ended in an early fashion.

Carpenter, 36, fractured his left foot after he stumbled on an 89 mph slider. Mariners starter Logan Gilbert In the first inning.

Carpenter began to feel a little numb and he struck out. Tim Locastro Carpenter was replaced as DH in 3rd inning.

Carpenter, who was the front-runner for AL Comeback player of the Year, had reached base in 27 of his 34 Yankees starts. Carpenter batted.319/.414/.765 and hit 8 doubles, 15 homers, and 37 RBIs in 153 plate games. Carpenter had hit seven home runs in 418 plate appearances the previous two seasons.

After being released by the Texas Rangers, the native Texas player signed with the Yankees in May. Texas RangersHe spent the first half of his season at Triple-A in.

Carpenter entered Monday night's match after an emotionally charged series against the St. Louis CardinalsCarpenter spent his first 11 years of professional baseball with the same team. Carpenter was given a standing ovation before his first at-bat. He went 2-for-12 during the series.

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