• Roy Halladay leaves Phillies game after three batters with ‘right arm fatigue’

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Sep 25, 2013
    The Phillies are calling Halladay’s injury “arm fatigue” but that’s just a label. Is this it for Roy Halladay? It could be. Roy Halladay will get another job in the major leagues. Halladay will not pitch again this season. Roy Halladay threw just 16 pitches, none of them faster than 83 miles per hour, before being pulled from his start against the Marlins in Miami Monday night. Then Halladay threw just 16 pitches in the shortest start of his career, never breaking 83 mph with his fastball. Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg and assistant athletic trainer Shawn Fcasni soon followed.
    • Amaro hopes to have Halladay back healthy in 2014

      Ruben Amaro Jr. said pretty clearly Monday afternoon he would like to have Roy Halladay back in 2014.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Phillies fall after Doc exits in first with fatigue

      Roy Halladay pushed himself to finish the season in the Phillies rotation, but it might have cost him Monday. He left his start against the Marlins at Marlins Park just three batters into the game with what the Phillies have called "right arm fatigue."
      Source: MLB.com

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