Halladay's Injury Is Latest to Test Phillies' Resilience
MLB The Phillies said they will send Roy Halladay to see a doctor Tuesday, two days after he came out of a start because of a sore right shoulder. On Monday, the team still was determining where and when, exactly, its ace will be examined.
Roy Halladay has an uncharacteristically-high 6.11 ERA in six May starts, the last of which he was pulled from after two innings. AP Each week of the baseball season a committee of SI.com fantasy experts will meet at pitching mound and offer their
Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay, removed after only two innings of Sunday's start in St. Louis because of a sore shoulder, flew with the team to New York after the game, but expects to be in Philadelphia to see team physician Michael
By Steve Gardner, USA TODAY — The Philadelphia Phillies will be without right-hander Roy Halladay for approximately 6-8 weeks after they put him on the disabled list with a lat strain. (That's the big muscle in the back of the shoulder.)
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