Roy Halladay to visit doctor for shoulder injury
LOUIS — The standards are different for Roy Halladay, so mediocrity is a red flag. But since Spring Training, both Halladay and the Phillies have downplayed concerns that an injury might be sapping some of his velocity or hampering his performance on
Two-time Cy Young winner Roy Halladay, removed after just two innings Sunday, is scheduled to have his sore right shoulder examined Tuesday, according to Phillies assistant general manager Scott Proefrock. "Anytime you have an injury,
Hey, do you want to own a Roy Halladay bobble head where his body is positioned such that he's throwing like a right-handed pitcher only his arms are switched around so that his glove is on his right hand and the ball is in
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
ESPN is reporting that Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay may have to wait until Tuesday to have his injured shoulder checked out as the team was still.