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At a press conference in Philadelphia today, Phillies fans found out some news that could be a tad disappointing. This is, of course, if you forget the last two seasons that Roy Halladay has pitched for the Phillies. Not long ago, Roy Halladay was a perennial Cy Young Award candidate who is eighth all-time on the Baseball Reference Cy Young Award Shares, which is a statistic that ranks all first place votes for the Cy Young Award throughout MLB history. The lasting perception that Phillies fans have of Halladay, however, will be tested this year as he heads to the DL with a torn rotator cuff, frayed labrum, and a floating bone spur – requiring surgery that could keep him out for the entire season. So, even though at times this year Halladay has pitched well, the overall perception is more this than this thanks to his 2-4 record and 8.65 ERA in 2013.
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Halladay will have surgery in the near future. (CSN)
Roy Halladay addressed the media in San Francisco today following his visit with Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles yesterday. The results were not great, but also, as of now, not career threatening.
Halladay announced he has bone spurs, a frayed labrum, and a partially-torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, with surgery to follow...
Philadelphia Phillies ace Roy Halladay will have arthroscopic surgery to repair a bone spur in his right shoulder.
Halladay was put on the disabled list this week with inflammation in his shoulder, but met with specialist Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles on Tuesday. After that meeting, Halladay decided to undergo surgery immediately, to give him a chance to return this year.
The worst has been realized with Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay, who will undergo shoulder surgery to correct multiple maladies.
Major League Baseball made the announcement via its Twitter account Wednesday afternoon. Halladay will undergo surgery on his pitching shoulder to treat bone spurs, a partially torn rotator cuff and a frayed labrum. In effect, Halladay has been suffering...
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Roy Halladay revealed today in a press conference that he has been diagnosed with a bone spur in his shoulder, a frayed labrum, and a frayed rotator cuff, and will undergo surgery to remove the bone spur and repair his labrum and his rotator cuff. There's no date set for the surgery, and no timetable for his return.
However, during the...
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After being put on the disabled list, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay will undergo surgery. In a press conference on Wednesday, Doc Halladay said he will be undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder. Halladay said he has a partial tear in his rotator cuff, due to a bone spur.
"The doctor seemed pretty optimistic that if what...
Philadelphia Phillies veteran right-hander Roy Halladay told reporters that he will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder to remove a bone spur and repair a partially torn rotator cuff and a freed labrum. Halladay said he expects to be out at least three months.
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