A fan, identified as Tonya Carpenter, is carted off the field after getting hit in the head with a bat and suffering serious injuries Friday night. (Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Red Sox players send thoughts and prayers to woman hit by broken bat Friday night

Ryan Hannable
June 06, 2015 - 4:52 pm

While the Red Sox earned their second straight win, a 4-2 win over the A's Saturday at Fenway Park, their thoughts remained on the woman who was struck by a broken bat Friday night. The woman, identified as Tonya Carpenter -- her family released a statement Saturday afternoon saying she's in "serious" condition and they are "grateful to all who have reached out with thoughts and prayers but are requesting privacy at this time as Tonya recovers." Some of the Red Sox players and coaches spoke of the accident and are sending their thoughts and prayers. John Farrell: "Obviously last night was a scary accident. Whether it was immediately following the accident to right now, our thoughts don't change. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her and her family. We'€™re keeping her in those thoughts and are wishing her nothing more than a speedy recovery." Mike Napoli: "It's a scary moment. You keep her in your thoughts and prayers. And hopefully, she gets better. It's good news she's getting better. It was a scary situation, something you never want to see. I'm glad she's doing better." Hanley Ramirez: "Definitely, I got sick. It was bad. I couldn't sleep last night. I went to bed late. Actually, I posted something on Instagram so everybody just pray [for her]. It's not good. Hopefully, she gets back and gets better." Below is Ramirez's Instagram: