Roy Halladay said on Saturday that he hopes to make his final two starts of the 2012 season.
Whether he'll be able to remains to be seen.
Halladay visited team doctors on Friday about "spasms" in the back of his right shoulder, then on Saturday struggled through the second-shortest start of his career in a loss to Atlanta at Citizens Bank Park.
Halladay, 35, is 10-8 in 24 starts. His 4.40 ERA is his highest since he finished at 10.64 in 2000.
Halladay visited doctors again on Sunday, and general manager Ruben Amaro Jr. said on Monday, "After the last exam, it seemed like he's OK for his next start. That may change."
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