CLEVELAND (AP) _ Twins prospect Matt Moses had surgery for a minor heart defect and most likely will play in a rookie league game within 10 days.

``Everything went great. It was perfect,'' Twins director of baseball operations Rob Antony said.

Moses, Minnesota's first-round draft pick last spring, was expected to be cleared to play Saturday. He had surgery Friday in Miami, a procedure in which a catheter was inserted in his leg.

The heart condition was discovered during an examination after the draft and was not considered serious. But major league baseball wouldn't approve Moses' $1.45 million signing bonus until doctors cleared him.

Antony said Moses will be at the stadium Monday and is expected to be playing Wednesday. He was assigned to the Twins' affiliate in the Gulf Coast League.

Moses, 18, is a third baseman from Mills Godwin High School in Richmond, Va.