Showing posts with label season ending surgery. Show all posts
Showing posts with label season ending surgery. Show all posts

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Breaking News: Official Ending - Johan Santana to have surgery Tuesday

Johan Santana will undergo surgery Tuesday to repair a torn anterior capsule in his pitching shoulder.

Team doctor David Altchek, who performed Santana's Sept. 2, 2010 anterior capsule procedure, will operate again on the southpaw.

Santana took 19 months to throw a major league pitch after the first surgery.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Injury Update: Dillon Gee Done For Year ?

Dillon Gee plans to undergo surgery Friday at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis to repair damage to an artery in his shoulder. Gee was discharged on Wednesday after being hospitalized in New York for two days with a blood clot in his shoulder, which doctors believe they successfully dissolved using a catheter. The surgery in St. Louis should prevent the recurrence of clots and give Gee a healthy long-term prognosis, as well as allow him to pitch without issue from the get-go in 2013.

As for this season, Gee most likely is done. Still, he may begin throwing in as soon as six to eight weeks, so a return in late September (or if the Mets are in the postseason in October) is not entirely out of the question.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Ike Davis Season Ending Surgery?

According to Metsblog Michael Baron, Ike could be done for the season.
This afternoon at Citi Field, Sandy Alderson spoke with reporters, and said Ike Davis‘ bone bruise is still present, and a cartilage issue has developed in his ankle. Alderson said it’s possible Davis could need microfracture surgery and if that’s the case, he would miss the remainder of the season. He will be re-evaluated in three weeks, and a determination will be made at that time. Davis was placed on the disabled list after twisting his ankle and suffering a bone bruise on a collision with David Wright in Denver last month. He has been wearing a protective boot and has not participated in baseball activities since the injury.
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