The Seattle Mariners placed outfielder Jarred Kelenic on the 10-day injured list with a fractured left foot, the team announced Thursday.

Kelenic injured himself kicking a water cooler after striking out during the Mariners’ 6-3 loss to the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday, manager Scott Servais said, according to Shannon Drayer of KIRO.

Seattle didn’t provide a return timeline for the 24-year-old, who won’t require surgery, Drayer adds.


Kelenic was visibly upset Thursday while discussing the injury. “I let the emotions get the best of me,” he admitted, adding that he takes “full responsibility.”

The lefty has been one of the Mariners’ most productive hitters this season, ranking first on the club in isolated power and slugging percentage and second in wRC+.

Seattle called up 26-year-old outfielder Cade Marlowe to take Kelenic’s spot on the active roster. The 2019 draft pick has never played in the majors but posted a .793 OPS with 47 RBIs and 25 steals at Triple-A this campaign.

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