BOSTON — The condition of the Massachusetts woman hit by a broken bat at Fenway Park has been upgraded from fair to good.

Officials at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center said Thursday that Tonya Carpenter’s condition has improved. They didn’t provide other details.

The 44-year-old resident of Paxton, Massachusetts, suffered what police initially said were life-threatening injuries on June 5. She was struck in the head when the bat of Oakland’s Brett Lawrie broke and sailed into the seats along the third-base line when he hit a ground ball.

The incident has prompted Major League Baseball to reevaluate fan safety at stadiums.

Carpenter’s family said in a statement Monday that she was responsive and improving.

YANKEES: The team put closer Andrew Miller on the 15-day disabled list and recalled outfielder Mason Williams and right-hander Chris Martin from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

MARINERS: Nelson Cruz, who led the American League with 18 home runs through Wednesday’s games, was out of the lineup for the second straight game because of back spasms.

PADRES: San Diego activated center fielder and leadoff hitter Wil Myers from the 15-day disabled list after he missed 28 games because of tendinitis in his left wrist.

METS: Former closer Bobby Parnell, returning from Tommy John surgery, was activated from the disabled list, despite an 11.57 ERA in 15 minor-league rehab appearances.

REDS: Shortstop Zack Cozart has torn a torn tendon and ligaments in his right knee and will need reconstructive surgery and a nine-month rehabilitation.

NATIONALS: First baseman Ryan Zimmerman was placed on the 15-day disabled list because of plantar fasciitis in his left foot.

 The Nationals acquired right-handed reliever David Carpenter from the Yankees for minor league second baseman Tony Renda.

BRAVES: The team designated right-hander Trevor Cahill for assignment and purchased the contract of lefty Dana Eveland from Triple-A Gwinnett.