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MINNEAPOLIS -- Trevor Plouffe has been scratched from the Minnesota Twins lineup and placed on the disabled list after aggravating a right thumb injury during batting practice before a game against the Cleveland Indians. Alexi Casilla was inserted into the lineup at second base, and Jamey Carroll moved to third for Fridays game. Plouffe hasnt played since he hurt the thumb during a July 20 game against Kansas City. Danny Valencia, who was replaced by Plouffe at third base early in the season, is expected to be recalled from Triple-A Rochester on Saturday. Valencia hit .250 with seven home runs and 37 RBIs since joining Rochester on May 10. Plouffe, second on the Twins with 19 home runs, is having a breakout season. He homered in four straight games from June 12-15 and was hitting .328 over 17 games before getting hurt. 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Despite the fact the game went to overtime (5-4 Jets), if not for Evgeni Nabokov the game would have been over early. The Jets outplayed, out chanced and outshot (12-6) the Islanders in the first period but came away with a 1-1 tie. ATLANTA -- New York Mets pitcher Dillon Gee is scheduled for right shoulder surgery that is likely to sideline him for the rest of the season. The team said Gee will have surgery Friday in St. Louis to replace a portion of damaged artery. The right-hander was released from a New York hospital Wednesday after undergoing a procedure to break up a blood clot in his pitching shoulder. The operation Friday is designed to prevent a possible recurrence of the clot in the same location. The club announced that the decision to go through with the additional surgery followed a recommendation this week by Mets medical staff and doctors in New York, as well as Gees consultation Thursday with Dr. Robert Thompson in St. Louis. Thompson will perform the surgery. He has performed similar procedures on several pro ballplayers, the Mets said. "I talked to Dillon yesterday. Obviously hes disappointed that hes had the injury, but hes in good spirits because he knows theres going to be light at the end of the tunnel when hes all done with this," Mets manager Terry Collins said. In its news release Thursday, the team did not mention a timetable for Gees return -- but the operation is expected to keep him off the mound for months. "Big blow for us, but we all here are certainly hoping and praying that he gets back 100 per cent healthy for next spring," Collins said. Gee is 6-7 with a 4.10 ERA and had been one of New Yorks most effective starters lately. He became the second member of the teams opening-day rotation to go down with a serious injury, joining Mike Pelfrey on the disabled list.dddddddddddd Pelfrey had season-ending elbow surgery in early May. The Mets have not announced a replacement for Gee yet. To fill his spot, they might move versatile journeyman Miguel Batista from the bullpen to the rotation -- at least at first. They could also call up prized prospect Matt Harvey from Triple-A Buffalo, though management has maintained it would prefer to see Harvey get more seasoning in the minors. The surprising Mets are 46-40, putting them right in the thick of the NL wild-card race. The 26-year-old Gee had been scheduled to start New Yorks first game after the All-Star break Friday night in Atlanta. Instead, he is going on the DL and Chris Young is slated to start. Josh Edgin will be called up from Buffalo to give the team a second left-hander in the bullpen. Johan Santana, who twisted his ankle during his final start before the break, will pitch Sunday. Gee complained of numb fingers on his right hand last Sunday, a day after he tossed eight strong innings in a 3-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs. Tests on Monday revealed the arterial blood clot in his shoulder, and doctors at New York-Presbyterian Hospital used a catheter to break it up. Gee made his major league debut in 2010 and was 13-6 with a 4.43 ERA during his first full season last year. NOTES: Mets LF Jason Bay (concussion) went 0 for 3 with a walk for Class-A St. Lucie in the first game of a doubleheader at Tampa. He played all seven innings in left field. ' ' '
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