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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.
So far this season the two-time Cy Young Award winner is 2-4 with an 8.65 ERA in seven starts. In 34.1 innings he has allowed 33 runs (all earned) on 33 hits, with 17 walks and 35 strikeouts. He currently carries a WHIP of 1.46 and a WAR of -1.1.
Clearly something has been wrong with Halladay all season and most figured some kind of surgery would be necessary. The problem is, he continues to break down. He missed almost two months last season because of a badly strained back muscle.
Halladay is 35 years old and at this point in his career he couldn’t afford to struggle along and play through an injury. He is owed...
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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...
This shouldn’t come as much of a shocker, but struggling ace Roy Halladay has finally been placed on the disabled list, with what the Phillies are calling right shoulder inflammation.
The 2 time Cy Young winner was placed on the 15-day disabled list after he gave up a whopping 9 runs to the lifeless Marlins on Sunday.
After the game, Halladay admitted to having pain since April...
The Philadelphia Phillies have placed two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay on the 15-day disabled list because of an injured right shoulder.
Halladay will be replaced on the roster by left-hander Joe Savery. The move was announced before the Phillies opened a three-game series in San Francisco on Monday night.
Halladay is 2-4 with an 8.65 ERA in seven starts this season...
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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...
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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 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...
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.
Halladay was examined in Los Angeles by orthopedist Neal ElAttrache. Halladay seems optimistic about...
The reports of Roy Halladay's demise may have been greatly exaggerated. Having traveled to Los Angeles to visit the office of Dwight Yocum, Halladay received great news. Not only do the doctors think that Halladay can pitch again, but he can pitch again this season. In short, here is what...
In only a few short days, many things have changed for the Phillies. Roy Halladay was placed on the DL with what is still a mystery injury. The entire team appeared lifeless and ready to give up. Then a cross-country road trip suddenly gave the Phillies unexpected energy. They have taken the first 2 games of this series against the Giants who were the hottest team in baseball coming...
It was supposed to be an easy series win, maybe even a sweep for the Phillies. It was supposed to be a redemption start for Roy Halladay, who got shellacked in his last start in Cleveland. It was neither of those things. What it was, was painful. Doc walked the very first hitter he faced [...]
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