Phillies starting pitcher Roy Halladay has been pretty confident that he can return this season, but team doctor Michael Ciccotti told reporters it is not out of the realm of possibility that Halladay could end up missing the rest of the season.
"That’s very possible," Ciccotti said. "The combination of a rotator cuff injury and a labral injury is a challenging injury for a professional pitcher...
Phillies starter Roy Halladay had successful shoulder surgery Wednesday.
The team issued a statement Thursday, saying "Roy had successful shoulder surgery yesterday. He had an arthroscopic evaluation and underwent debridement of his labrum and rotator cuff as well as removal of an inflamed bursa."
Halladay will begin his rehab shortly, and could begin throwing again in six to eight weeks. Through 34...
The Phillies announced Wednesday they will wait until Thursday to give an official statement on how Roy Halladay's surgery went, according to the Delaware County Daily Times. Halladay's surgery was performed Wednesday in Los Angeles by Dr. Neal ElAttrache.
“Hallady should bounce back to his CY Young self. Last season injuries took a toll, this season he is 100% healthy. Already looking good this Spring he could bounce back to 180Ks and an ERA below 3.00. Do not be afraid to grab him.”