Dillon Gee

RP / Minnesota Twins / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Dillon Gee: Heads overseas

      Dillon Gee signed a one-year deal with Japan's Chunichi Dragons on Thursday, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports.Gee's contract will be between $1.5-to-$2 million for this upcoming season, pending a physical. According to Rosenthal, Gee's plan is to re-establish himself as a starting pitcher, which he wasn't able to consistently demonstrate in 2017, and then return to the majors the following season. During 49.1 innings last year, the 31-year-old posted a 3.47 ERA and 1.40 WHIP while sporting a 41:15 K:BB during his time with the Twins and Rangers.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Will move to relief

      Dillon Gee won't make his next scheduled start Wednesday against the Rays and will move to the bullpen for the time being, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.Manager Paul Molitor decided he had seen enough from Gee in a starting role after the right-hander failed to escape the third inning in his most recent outing Friday against the Royals, conceding five runs on six hits and three walks. Gee will be replaced in the rotation by Aaron Slegers, who will be recalled from Triple-A Rochester in advance of Wednesday's contest.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Decimated by Royals

      Dillon Gee (1-2) was rocked for five runs on six hits and three walks with two strikeouts over just 2.2 innings as he took the loss Friday to the Royals.Coming into this game, the Minnesota Twins were getting some decent results out of Gee while their rotation deals with multiple injuries, but the other shoe finally dropped Friday night. Gee posted just one season with an ERA under 4.00 when he pitched for the Mets, and there was little reason to believe his improvement in 2017 through just 35.2 innings was real. This start alone pushed Gee's ERA up from 3.58 to 4.46. The Twins, however, may have little choice but to keep relying on him as a starter despite his inadequacy for the role.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Start moved to Friday

      Dillon Gee will now start Friday's game against the Blue Jays, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.Gee was initially expected to start Saturday, but he'll now get the ball for Friday's series opener while flipping places in the rotation with Kyle Gibson. He held his own in a recent spot start against the White Sox, allowing one run over six innings.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Will start Saturday

      Dillon Gee will remain in the starting rotation for the time being and start Saturday's game against the Blue Jays, Mike Berardino of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.The Minnesota Twins are currently hindered by a plethora of injuries to their starting pitchers, so they'll grant Gee another turn in the rotation. He allowed one run over six innings in his Monday start against the White Sox, but he'll receive a tougher test next time around as he's scheduled to square off against the Blue Jays in Toronto on Saturday.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Grabs first win of 2017

      Dillon Gee (1-0) allowed a single run on two hits while striking out four batters through six innings during Monday's win over the White Sox.This was just the second start of the season for Gee (and his first with Minnesota), as he's mainly been used as a reliever this year. There's a chance that he sticks in the rotation for another turn, but expectations should remain in check since he hasn't been stretched out enough to pitch deep into games. He threw just 69 pitches Monday, after all.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Will start Monday

      Dillon Gee has been confirmed as one of the starters for Monday's doubleheader against the White Sox, LaVelle E. Neal III of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.It remains to be seen whether he will start the day game or the night game, but Gee will get the ball Monday and could conceivably stick in the rotation after that start, as the Minnesota Twins only have four starting pitchers locked in going forward. Tim Melville will start the other half of the doubleheader, so the fifth spot in the rotation could come down to which of those two is more impressive. Gee gave up four runs over 3.1 innings in his only other start this year and posted a 5.55 ERA in 14 starts in 2016, so he should be avoided for now in most formats.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Possible candidate for Monday start

      Dillon Gee could join the rotation for Monday's doubleheader against the White Sox, Mike Berardino of the Pioneer Press reports.Manager Paul Molitor told Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune that Gee was a candidate to move into the rotation this past weekend, and with a pair of doubleheaders and no scheduled off days on the horizon, the right-hander appears likely to be thrown into the ring for one of Monday's contests. Gee provided 3.1 innings during a spot start with the Rangers earlier this season, but has only made 22 starts since the 2014 season. With Adalberto Mejia (arm) and Dietrich Enns (shoulder) on the disabled list, it seems natural that Gee would toe the rubber against Chicago, although clarity to the situation should become present within the next couple days.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Records save, but could move to rotation

      Dillon Gee did not give up a run in the final four innings of Tuesday's 11-4 win over the Brewers to earn a save. He's a candidate to move into the rotation Sunday against Detroit with Adalberto Mejia being placed on the disabled list with an arm injury, manager Paul Molitor told Phil Miller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune.Gee isn't in the closer mix as he got a save for pitching the final three innings in a win. He had a 2.00 ERA and 20:3 K:BB in 27 innings (five starts) with Triple-A Rochester, which also bolsters his case to move into the rotation if there's an opening.

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      Twins' Dillon Gee: Will work out of bullpen in near term

      Dillon Gee will pitch out of the Minnesota Twins' bullpen in the near-term, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.The Twins won't require a fifth starter until Saturday, so Gee may be called upon to eat up innings in relief prior to that date. Depending on his workload in the coming days, it's possible that Kyle Gibson could be recalled from Triple-A Rochester to start Saturday's contest. Otherwise, if his arm is fresh, Gee seems the likely candidate to take the mound Saturday against the Rangers.

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