Toronto Blue Jays' pitcher Roy Halladay cut a simulated game short on Wednesday, and is doubtful to pitch next Monday as hoped.
Halladay was scheduled to throw five simulated innings on Wednesday, but stopped after three when he experienced some discomfort in his injured left leg.
He was scheduled to take part in fielding drills, but passed on that, too.
Blue Jays pitching coach Brad Arnsberg said it was doubtful Halladay would be able to pitch Monday against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
This is going to hurt the seasons of many fantasy owners, and not to mention the Jays' chances at the post season.