Dillon Gee is in the hospital with a blood clot in his pitching shoulder. At the very least, he will miss at least one start.
The Mets current official statement:
“On Sunday, Dillon Gee complained of numbness in the fingers of his right hand. Yesterday, after extensive testing, Dillon was found to have a clot in an artery in his right shoulder and doctors at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in New York City used a catheter to break up the clot. Dillon will remain hospitalized for the next day or two to ensure that the clot is fully resolved. Dillon will not make his next start and will be placed on the disabled list. The timing of his return to baseball activity is currently undetermined.”
So, is it Matt Harvey time yet? Not yet.