A day after Roy Halladay and Phillies manager Charlie Manuel denied Halladay's health was a huge concern, the opposite appeared true.

The Phillies penciled in Kyle Kendrick for Wednesday's start against Washington, the day Tyler Cloyd was slated to pitch. There had been chatter of shelving Cloyd for the time being, according to pitching coach Rich Dubee.

In the team issued game notes, Halladay's spot in the rotation, which would come Thursday, was marked TBA. If Halladay indeed does not make his start, the rotation is certainly in flux.