When Will Matt Carpenter Return?


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Despite the fact that the Yankees had dropped their second consecutive game and the series to the Mariners, there was some “good” news on Wednesday. Matt Carpenter, who suffered a fracture in his left foot on Monday, saw a Seahawks specialist before the game and knowing that he does not need any surgery.

Aaron Boone the Yankees manager stated that another imaging of the foot is scheduled for 3 or 4 weeks from now, with a time frame of 6 to 8 weeks. Carpenter is optimistic that it will happen sooner than later, as the Yankees’ regular season concludes exactly 8 weeks from Wednesday.

Carpenter, stated that when the team returns to the East Coast this weekend, he will see another specialist.

Since signing as a free agent, he has been an integral part of the Yankees‘ success. In addition to his at-bat performance, he has been an important veteran presence in the clubhouse.

He’d received standing ovations in his first at-bat of each of the 3 games.

Three-time All-Star in his career. Carpenter hit 36 HR in 2018, left St. Louis after two seasons of hitting under .200 with seven home runs in 180 games.

He signed contract with his hometown Rangers for minor league and spent the first month and a half of his career in Triple-A. After he opted out, the Yankees believed they could use his left-handed bat.

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