By Lucas Frankforther

Former All-star pitcher Roy Halladay passed away Tuesday afternoon. The 40-year-old pitcher was flying his single-engine plane over the Gulf of Mexico. The plane crashed at roughly 12 o’clock killing Roy Halladay. The plane was identified by a local news station when they saw the plane’s ID number, and it was registered to Roy Halladay. Later that day, the Pasco County Sheriff’s department confirmed that it was Halladay in the plane, and he was piloting the aircraft. Roy Halladay was named an All-Star 8 times and won 2 Cy Young award winner in his 16 years in the majors. He played for the Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies. Roy Halladay was a legendary pitcher and will be missed.

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