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.
Roy Halladay placed on 15 day disabled list with inflammation in his right shoulder.
After Roy Halladay’s second consecutive poor outing for the Phillies, just about everyone was surprised when Halladay said he’s been having pain in his shoulder. And ‘everyone’ includes both general manager Ruben Amaro and manager Charlie Manuel.
Roy Halladay appears headed to the disabled list, and the Philadelphia Phillies can only hope the discomfort he feels in his right shoulder is nothing serious.
Roy Halladay gave up nine runs as the Phillies were blown out 14-2 by the Miami Marlins Sunday.
We’ll remember the 2013 draft, for a long time, as the draft that was dominated by linemen.
Chris discusses President Obama’s handling of the FAA furloughs enacted because of sequester cuts and the handling of Guantanamo Bay, and the latest in the efforts to privatize Pennsylvania’s state owned liquor stores. He talks to Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, State Representative Mario Scavello, and Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
A new Doug Collins story has replaced the rumors about his possible departure.
Chris expands the show to four full hours this morning by discussing the ongoing debate on gun control and media coverage of the Kermit Gosnell trial. He talks to Governor Tom Corbett from Chile, Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel from Miami, Michael Bronstein and Jeff Roe on the Monday Morning Matchup, and Dick Morris before he begins his new show on Talk Radio 1210.