Gee Hospitalized After Clot Discovered In Throwing Shoulder
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Mets starter Dillon Gee was hospitalized Wednesday after a blood clot was discovered in his throwing shoulder.
The team said he underwent surgery to remove the clot.
Gee pitched 8 innings Saturday in a win over the Cubs but the 26-year-old complained of numb fingers on his right hand the next day.
The Mets said he will miss his next start.
Gee, who is 6-7 in 2012, will remain hospitalized for a day or two to make sure the problem is fully resolved.