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Roy Halladay has been a completely different pitcher for the Phillies this season. His record his 2-4. His ERA is 8.65 which is the worst in the National League and the second worst in baseball. This is something the Phillies are not used to.
In yesterdayâ€™s game against the Marlins, HalladayÂ couldnâ€™tÂ get through the third inning. He gave up nine runs on only four hits. ThisÂ didnâ€™tÂ look like the pitcher who had pitched a perfect game and won the CY Young in 2010.
After the game Halladay had said that he has been experiencing shoulder soreness. He didnâ€™t think anything of it at first and kept on pitching. Â Now he will be having test on his shoulder. Most likely he will end up on the disabled list. What should the Phillies do?
Halladay lied to the Phillies organization and played hurt. That is a selfish move as he hurt his teamâ€™s chances of winning. I believe that the Phillies should see what they can get on the market for Halladay. Maybe they can get a pitcher who still has their stuf...
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Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Roy Halladay has been placed on the disabled list with inflammation in his right shoulder.
Halladay has been dealing with discomfort in his shoulder since his April 24 start against the Pirates but did not inform the Phillies of any problems until after Sundayâ€™s outing.
On Sunday Halladay allowed nine runs in 2 1/3 innings raising his ERA...
Roy Halladay has discomfort in his right shoulder and the struggling Philadelphia Phillies pitcher is headed to Los Angeles for tests.
Halladay was roughed up Sunday by the Miami Marlins in a 14-2 defeat, his second poor outing in a row. After the game, the two-time Cy Young Award winner acknowledged he has been pitching with a sore shoulder. He said he will be examined this week...
Roy Halladay has been a topic of conversation (and concern) for the Phillies since spring training. Now, the soon-to-be 36-year-old has landed on the disabled list with an unspecificed right shoulder injury.
After a rocky start to the season -- 12 earned runs in a combined 7.1 innings in his first two starts -- Halladay rebounded to put together a strong three-start stretch in...
This shouldnâ€™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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In a move that appeared to be a long time coming, the Philadelphia Phillies have placed veteran starter Roy Halladay on the 15-day disabled list:
RHP Roy Halladay placed on 15-day disabled list with right shoulder inflammation.
â€” Todd Zolecki (@ToddZolecki) May 6, 2013
Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro also announced that Halladay would be visiting orthopedic surgeon...
After allowing 9 runs in just two innings, the Phillies ace has finally come clean. Roy Halladay told the media about his shoulder discomfort after the loss on Sunday.
â€śI woke up, didn't really think anything of it, just regular soreness, it just kind of progressed over the last two weeks or so. It's right shoulder discomfort. Iâ€™m going to have it looked at...
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 [...]
When Roy Halladay was placed on the 15-Day DL, speculation immediately began as to who would be called up to take his place in the rotation. With Jesse Biddle considered untouchable, the only apparent options were RHP Tyler Cloyd and LHP Adam Morgan. Tonight, Phillies beat reporter Todd Zolecki revealed...
With both John Lannan and Roy Halladay going down with injuries, the domino effect is opening some holes in the minor league system. Those holes though won't pressure the Phillies into pushing Jesse Biddle.
Philadelphia PhilliesÂ (14-18) vs. San Francisco Giants (19-12)
LHPÂ Cliff LeeÂ (2-2, 3.46 ERA) v. LHPÂ Madison BumgarnerÂ (3-0, 1.55 ERA)
TIME:Â 10:15, AT&T Park
TV:Â Comcast SportsNet
Weather:Â 67, overcast
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It is officially gut-check time for this Phillies team. Â Roy Halladay is on the disabled list. Â They got demolished 14-2 by the lowly Marlins...