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With 91 home runs in seven major league seasons, Matt Carpenter doesn’t nece sarily get paid for his power-hitting ability. But each home run the Cardinals infielder hits the rest of the season will serve a higher purpose.The Southeast Texas native said Monday that he will donate $10,000 to Houston relief efforts every time he hits one out of the park in the closing weeks of this season.From now till the rest of the season we will donate 10,000 dollars for every Homerun I hit to help aid the relief efforts in Houston Matt Carpenter (@MattCarp13) August 28, 2017Carpenter, 31, was born in Galveston and grew up in nearby La Marque and Mi souri City. His father Rick was a legendary high school baseball coach in the area at the time and has since moved on to Prosper, Texas, near Dallas, where he won his 800th career game this year.Matt Carpenter has 17 home runs through 121 games this season, and you can bet he’ll be pushing even harder in the final five weeks to surpa s last year’s total of 21.If you’re looking to donate check this out or if you’re a MLB pitcher throw balls down the middle Matt Carpenter (@MattCarp13) August 28, 2017