A 63-year-old patient that underwent a hemiarthroplasty 6 years ago presents with increasing right shoulder pain. The patient denies any fevers or drainage from the previous incision. On exam, the patient has forward flexion to 100 degrees and abduction to 30 degrees. There is weakness with resisted external rotation with the arm at the side. Radiograph of the right shoulder is shown in Figure A. An MRI of the right shoulder is shown in Figure 2. What is the best treatment option?