Slowey's wrist surgery ends year
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins, locked in a tight division race, will be without Kevin Slowey the rest of the season.
Slowey (10-3) will have season-ending surgery to fix a bone chip in his right wrist. The operation requires two to four months of rehab and recovery, Slowey said before Monday's game against the Chicago White Sox.
Slowey said the bone chip was aggravated when he was hit by a line drive last September. He pitched with the injury until July 3, when he left a start ...
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