BOSTON (CBS/AP) — A woman hit by a broken bat at Fenway Park during a game between the Oakland Athletics and the Boston Red Sox on Friday night remains in serious condition at a Boston hospital.

Tonya Carpenter was struck in the head by Oakland player Brett Lawrie’s bat as she sat near the field between home plate and the third base dugout.

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A spokeswoman for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Hospital says Carpenter’s condition is not expected to change Sunday.

Her family said in a statement released by the hospital Saturday they are “grateful to all who have reached out with thoughts and prayers.”

Lawrie sent flowers and a card to Carpenter, The San Francisco Gate reported. 

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A fan is attended to by medical staff after she was hit by a broken bat during a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics in the second inning at Fenway Park on June 5. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

A fan is attended to by medical staff after she was hit by a broken bat during a game between the Boston Red Sox and the Oakland Athletics in the second inning at Fenway Park on June 5. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

A GoFundMe page was established seeking to raise $120,000 for Carpenter’s recovery.

The family said they wanted to thank “fans and first responders who leaped to Tonya’s aid, who gave her a fighting chance.”

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Forty-four-year-old Carpenter, of Paxton, Massachusetts, had posted a Facebook photo from the game before the accident. A friend said Carpenter was there with her son and a friend.

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