Haggerty was injured trying to steal second base in the ninth inning of Seattle’s 4-3 loss to Detroit. Haggerty had to be helped off the field and was moving around the Mariners clubhouse on crutches on Tuesday.
Haggerty was hitting .256 with five home runs and 23 RBI in a key utility role for the Mariners. He played all three outfield positions and second base for the Mariners this season.
With Haggerty out, the Mariners recalled infielder Abraham Toro from Triple-A Tacoma. Toro’s presence would allow Seattle the flexibility to use Dylan Moore in the outfield.
Servais said his staff is still working out the logistics of what the roster for the wild-card series will look like and whether Seattle is going to Toronto or Cleveland will matter.
“Everybody’s going to wonder how this fits. But you can’t get too far down the road because we don’t know who we’re gonna play yet,” Servais said. “And who the opponent is does dictate where you go as far as the playoff roster.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.