Johan Santana is set for another shoulder surgery that he hopes will save his career.The former New York Mets ace will have surgery Tuesday to repair the re-torn anterior capsule in his pitching shoulder, the team announced Saturday. The operation will be performed by Mets medical director Dr. David Altchek.Santana is likely to miss the entire season for the second time in three years, which means he may have thrown his last pitch for the Mets. The two-time Cy Young Award winner is in the final year of a $137.5 million contract.“It’s very difficult. If anybody can do it, it would be Johan,” Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen said. “We wish him luck and we feel sick about what’s happened.”Santana had surgery on Sept. 14, 2010, and did not make it back to the major leagues until last April 5. The 34-year-old left-hander didn’t pitch in any exhibition games this spring and threw his last bullpen session in early March without the team’s permission.Mets third baseman David Wright said he was not surprised by Santana’s decision to have surgery.“I’ve known Johan long enough to know that I don’t think that he’d want to go out like that,” Wright said after the Mets lost to Baltimore 7-1 in their exhibition finale. “He’s going to probably work just as hard, if not — if it’s possible — work harder, to come back from this. I wouldn’t be surprised at all if I see him pitch again.”Santana’s comeback reached its apex last June 1 when he pitched the first no-hitter in Mets history, throwing a career-high 134 pitches that night in his second consecutive shutout. But he was 3-7 with an 8.27 ERA after that, including 0-5 with a 15.63 ERA after throwing eight scoreless innings against the Los Angeles Dodgers on June 30.He went on the disabled list for three weeks because of a sprained ankle and didn’t pitch after Aug. 17 because of lower back inflammation.Warthen said Santana’s injury isn’t “a byproduct of the no-hitter.”New York owes Santana $31 million as part of the six-year deal he signed before the 2008 season, and general manager Sandy Alderson said the remainder of the contract is not covered by insurance.Yankees visit West PointBrennan Boesch and Melky Mesa hit home runs, and the New York Yankees closed their preseason with a 10-5 victory over Army on Saturday in the revival of an old tradition in West Point, N.Y.The Yankees improved to 22-0 against the Black Knights in a series that dates to 1927, when Babe Ruth led Murderers’ Row to West Point.The teams hadn’t played since 1976.General manager Brian Cashman said the roster was complete for Monday’s home opener against the Boston Red Sox. He said he still had to make room for Lyle Overbay, and that had to be done by 2 p.m. Sunday.Briefly • Diamondbacks: Optioned left-hander Joe Paterson and outfielder Tony Campana to Triple A Reno. The move with Paterson on Friday night means that Tony Sipp and Matt Reynolds will be the team’s left-handers out of the bullpen. • Mets: Manager Terry Collins revealed his Opening Day outfield, one that will consist of left fielder Lucas Duda, center fielder Collin Cowgill and right fielder Marlon Byrd. All three will be considered everyday players.