SEATTLE (AP) — Mariners slugger Nelson Cruz was pulled from a game with a bruised right foot after being hit by a pitch in the fourth inning Tuesday night.

Cruz was struck by a changeup from Texas' Brandon Mann and limped to the dugout with the help of two staff members. Seattle says X-rays were negative and that Cruz will be re-evaluated Wednesday.

It was the second time Cruz was hit by a pitch in the game. Starter Mike Minor plunked him in the third inning.

Cruz was making his 358th start at designated hitter for Seattle, which broke a tie with Ken Phelps for most in franchise history.

His seven home runs this season are third-most on the team behind Mitch Haniger (10) and Ryon Healy (eight).

Seattle lost star Robinson Cano to an 80-game suspension for a violation of baseball's drug agreement earlier in the day.

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