After injuring his shoulder against the Pittsbugh Pirates earlier this season, Roy Halladay thought that their may be a chance that he may never pitch again. He went to see a doctor in Los Angeles, and decided to choose surgery to try and remove the damage from his throwing arm. Halladay's fate may have been decided on that surgery. On Wednesday, the surgery finally happened. It went great.
Halladay, the strongest leg in the Phillies bullpen, may be throwing in 6-8 weeks if all goes well. This surgery could make his arm feel 5, 6 years younger if he continues to progress.
Halladay, after posting a 8+ ERA prior to the surgery, can only hope that he can return to his winning ways. Phillies fans all around the country just have to be rooting for their man Doc.