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July 18, 2012 | By Bob Brookover, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
LOS ANGELES - The Phillies' starting rotation got considerably better the moment Roy Halladay returned to the mound Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Pitching coach Rich Dubee was sure of that even before he watched Halladay pitch for the first time since May 27, the afternoon he landed on the disabled list because of soreness in the back of his right shoulder. Halladay only confirmed Dubee's opinion with his performance. After making just one rehab appearance with single-A Clearwater, Halladay delivered five strong innings against the Dodgers, surrendering two second-inning runs while allowing just one hit in his other four innings of work.
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October 1, 2012 | By Matt Gelb, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
MIAMI - When asked late Saturday night what challenge lies ahead this winter, Roy Halladay said, "I'm looking forward to it" five times in the span of a minute. The pitcher has already engaged the Phillies athletic training staff and strength coaches in meetings to devise a plan. After a season of harsh lessons, Halladay is eager to apply the newfound knowledge of his body. "I feel like there's no doubt for me," Halladay said. "I feel like I can prepare myself the right way and be successful next year.
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September 15, 2013 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
WASHINGTON - Weeks before he reappeared in a major-league game, Roy Halladay set the bar high for himself. He stood in the middle of the Phillies clubhouse, ready to begin a rehab assignment from shoulder surgery, and spoke about competing. "I'm not interested in coming back and pitching at the same level I was early this year," Halladay said Aug. 7. "I want to come back and pitch at a high level. " He failed to finish five innings Thursday in a 10-5 Phillies victory over San Diego.
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April 21, 2013 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's amazing what a revived Roy Halladay and the ability to earn a free pass can do for the Phillies' fortunes. Halladay was effective for the second straight game, and the Phillies drew their first walk since Sunday during Friday's 8-2, seven-inning, rain-shortened win over the St. Louis Cardinals before 34,092 at Citizens Bank Park. Halladay allowed just two hits - solo home runs to Carlos Beltran in the second inning and Matt Holliday in the seventh. While he appeared to labor in the seventh inning, when he threw 26 pitches, Halladay didn't lose his velocity, with his fastball remaining in the 89-92-m.p.h.
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March 2, 2013 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
TAMPA, Fla. - If there was some sore body part requiring immediate attention after 44 pitches Friday, Roy Halladay could have made his conversation with Yankees legend Reggie Jackson brief. Instead, the two spoke for quite a while. "We talked cars," Halladay said. Halladay was erratic in his second Grapefruit League outing. It probably means as little as his encouraging first spring start. But everything Halladay's prized arm does this spring is magnified. The 35-year-old pitcher and his handlers are brushing that notion aside.
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February 25, 2013 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
LAKELAND, Fla. - Expectations had to be tempered because the setting required it. Roy Halladay threw 22 pitches in a Grapefruit League game Sunday with a few thousand people watching at Joker Marchant Stadium. This is the time when the pitchers are usually ahead of the hitters; when radar-gun readings mean little; when praise is readily distributed because, after all, optimism is boundless during springtime. Halladay said he felt fine after allowing one run in two innings against the Detroit Tigers.
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April 9, 2013 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
The cameras first surrounded Erik Kratz, who said he was "disappointed" when he arrived Monday at Citizens Bank Park and did not see his name in the lineup. Then the pack shuffled to the other side of the Phillies clubhouse to question Humberto Quintero. All the while, Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, and Cole Hamels stared as the two catchers were interviewed. Halladay, immersed in preparation for his start, raised his head from his notes and sneered. The players may have viewed it as a media concoction, but the melodrama Monday was set in motion by Halladay's words five days earlier.
NEWS
May 30, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
NEW YORK - The Phillies on Tuesday placed star righthander Roy Halladay on the disabled list retroactive to Monday with a strained muscle in his right shoulder and back. The injury could keep him out of the lineup for up to two months. Halladay strained his latissimus dorsi, the team said. That muscle is defined by the Oxford Dictionary of Sports Science and Medicine as the broad back muscle that swings the arm backward and rotates it inward. Phillies assistant general manager Scott Proefrock said that Halladay will be shut down a minimum of three weeks and that the team hopes to have him back pitching in six to eight weeks.
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February 15, 2013 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
CLEARWATER, Fla. - The only eyes watching Roy Halladay on Wednesday morning belonged to a half-dozen coaches, Ruben Amaro Jr., Dallas Green, and a reporter or two. It was 8:30 a.m. when Halladay took a ball and completed his final shrouded acts of 2013. The 35-year-old pitcher fired a strike. "Atta boy, Doc," one of the coaches said. He threw for about 10 minutes on a side mound and wiped his red face with an equally red towel. Four hours later, Halladay sat in a cafeteria and disclosed that he suffered lower-back pain last spring that damaged his mechanics and, ultimately, his shoulder.
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April 10, 2013 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bruce Springsteen blared on the sound system at the end of the sixth inning Monday night at Citizens Bank Park. I had a friend who was a big baseball player . . . He could throw that speedball by you, make you look like a fool, boy . . . Glory days, well, they'll pass you by . . . Roy Halladay wasn't around to hear it. His latest ominous outing had ended after three consecutive batters reached base in the top of the fifth inning....
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