Matt Carpenter Expected To Miss 6-8 Weeks With Foot Fracture

Craftsman won't need a medical procedure, tweets Marly Rivera of ESPN.

He'll be rethought in a month, with the club confident he could have returned to activity in six-to about two months.

That offers Carpenter a chance of returning for the stretch run or potentially postseason play.

The Yankees put Carpenter on the 10-day harmed list today, reviewing Miguel Andujar to take his spot on the dynamic program.

Yankees utilityman Matt Carpenter broke his left foot during this evening's down against the Mariners, the club reported.

He fouled a ball off his foot in the third inning and was quickly supplanted by Tim Locastro.

The club will give more particulars and a schedule for his recuperation before very long. He'll positively require a harmed list stretch

Overcomes second baseman Ozzie Albies cracked his foot in mid-June and still can't seem to leave on a recovery task