Injury

Phillies Lose Pitcher Charlie Morton for the Season
When the Phillies traded for starting pitcher Charlie Morton and agreed to a $9 million salary for 2016, the Phillies hoped to have some veteran stability that the team lacked in 2015. Morton pitched his usual up-and-down self throughout his first few starts of the 2016 season, until he met an unfor…
Foles Injured vs Texans
Eagles starting quarterback Nick Foles left Sunday's Week 9 game at Houston on the final play of the first quarter with a shoulder injury.
Out for Opener?
So the bad news has already started for the Phillies.
Cole Hamels spoke to the media today and reveled that he is behind schedule with his throwing program, after dealing with left shoulder tendinitis over the winter and most likely won't be ready for Opening Day...
Halladay Headed to DL
PHILADELPHIA—Five minutes after the last out of the Phillies 14-2 loss to the Miami Marlins at Citizens Bank Park today, Roy Halladay was – to the organization’s knowledge – healthy.
Five minutes later, that knowledge changed...
Halladay has a stomach virus
CLEARWATER, Fla.—Roy Halladay vomited shortly after being pulled following the first inning of the Phillies 5-3 win over the Orioles at Bright House Field here, manager Charlie Manuel said.
“He was throwing up a little bit,” Manuel said...
Does Andrew Bynum Deserve a Second Chance
We can all agree, this season for the Sixers has been a complete disappointment, none of which has been more disappointing than the fact that Andrew Bynum has never made it onto the floor for an NBA game yet this year.
His degenerative knees could be an issue for the rest of his career, and more impo…
Bynum: “My right knee is fine.”
Andrew Bynum said that his left knee is "feeling much better" on Sunday before the Sixers took on his former team, the Lakers at the Wells Fargo Center.  Bynum is scheduled to have an MRI on December 20 and we'll know a lot more once those results are released...
Jason Richardson Ruled Out for Monday With Ankle Injury
Jason Richardson has been ruled out for Monday's game with a sprained ankle he sustained in Sunday's loss to the Knicks. X-rays were negative and he doesn't expect to be out very long.
The Sixers play four games this week and Richardson is questionable to play possibly to Friday..…

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