Ten years later, Roy Halladay's perfect game lives on with the Phillies, Marlins, and so many others who were there
PHILADELPHIA — As sure as Cole Hamels will wake up in the morning, brush his teeth, and eat breakfast with his children, he also will think about May 29, 2010. It’s part of his daily routine, regular as clockwork.Or maybe it’s watchwork, as in the Baume & Mercier timepiece that sits in a winder in his house.Hamels received the Swiss watch as a gift from Roy Halladay. The late Phillies ace bought 60 of them for $2,800 apiece and gave them to teammates, coaches, executives, trainers, clubhouse staff, public relations officials, even batboys to commemorate the Saturday night in Miami when he thre...
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Brandy Halladay, Widow Of MLB Pitcher Roy, Has Moving Speech For Induction Into Hall Of Fame [VIDEO]
Elite pitcher Roy Halladay was inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday. To contribute his remembrance, his widow Brandy Halladay, gave an emotional speech to remember her late husband after his tragic death after he crashed his plane off the Gulf Coast of Mexico outside of his Florida home.Halladay started as a Toronto Blue Jay before being traded to the Philadelphia Phillies. He passed away on November 7, 2017.“I think that Roy would want everybody to know, that people are not perfect,” Brandy Halladay said. “We are all imperfect and flawed in one way or another. We all struggle. But ...