When Roy Halladay announced he’d be having surgery on his right shoulder, he said his doctor’s hope was that the procedure could help Halladay “turn back the clock.” So far, so good.
The Phillies, along with Citizen’s Bank and the Halladay Family Foundation announced the 2013 Phans Feeding Families program on Wednesday.
Will the Phillies change up their strategy before it’s too late? Spike Eskin says “why not?”
I think I’ve spent some time on this subject in the past: money. With each year, it becomes clearer that almost everyone who is involved in sports is in it for the money. Since the money is so plentiful, I thought it was worth at least one more commentary.
Angelo Cataldi names Roy Halladay the winner, and Ilya Bryzgalov the weasel of the week.
Chris continues to cover the controversies surround the IRS and the investigation into Benghazi. He talks to John Hayward from Human Events, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, and comedian Mo Mandel.
Phillies announce that Roy Halladay had successful shoulder surgery on Wednesday.
Chris discusses the potential charges against the alleged abductor, Ariel Castro, in the Cleveland kidnapping cases, the continuing jury deliberations in the Kermit Gosnell trial, and the latest in the Benghazi investigations. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Beasley Reece from CBS 3, and Comedian Myq Kaplan.
Dr. Neal ElAttrache will perform the surgery.
Roy Halladay is going to have arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder, to clean up a frayed labrum and a bone spur found in an MRI. There is no timeline for his surgery or return.
On Saturday, a horse named Orb won the Kentucky Derby with jockey Joel Rosario in the saddle.
Halladay, on the 15-day disabled list because of inflammation in his throwing shoulder, met with Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles on Tuesday, but Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said he had yet to hear results of the examination.
Ruben Amaro says that he does not have a problem with the fact that Roy Halladay wasn’t clear with the team about shoulder pain.
It’s not even mid-May and the buzzards are already circling, sniffing for scraps of what isn’t exactly a roadside carcass. Not yet anyway. The Phillies are faced with some trouble. There’s no questioning that. Just 32 games into 2013, the looming question glaring at Phillies general manager Ruben Amaro is when the sell-by date is for this team.
A day after a demoralizing 12-run loss at home, the Philadelphia Phillies delivered just the kind of well-rounded victory manager Charlie Manuel had been seeking.