Dillon Gee Hospitalized: Blood Clot In Shoulder Sends New York Mets' Pitcher To 15-Day DL

New York Mets starting pitcher Dillon Gee was hospitalized Monday with a blood clot in the artery of his right (pitching) shoulder, according to a report from Brad Como of SNY.

Como also reports that Gee has been placed on the 15-day disabled list. He had been scheduled to make his next start Friday against the Atlanta Braves, but -- according to manager Terry Collins -- experienced numbness in his fingers and decided on a trip to the hospital.

Gee underwent a procedure to break up the clot, but still hasn't been released from the hospital.

Check back to this SB Nation New York StoryStream for more news on New York Mets' pitcher Dillon Gee. For more discussion of this topic, check out the SB Nation blog Amazin Avenue.

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