An off-duty Philadelphia police officer shot by an assailant is getting ready to leave the hospital.
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.
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.
The verdict on Roy Halladay’s shoulder is in, and it’s the same as the first diagnosis.
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