They will also wear jersey patches with his number throughout the season. The Blue Jays will honor Roy Halladay by retiring his number on Opening Day of the season, the team announced on Monday. Players will also wear patches with the...Show More Summary
Good move by Toronto for the upcoming season
Roy Halladay will forever be remembered by the Toronto Blue Jays.
Mariano Rivera and Roy Halladay lead the way
NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. (AP) — An autopsy report says retired star pitcher Roy Halladay had evidence of amphetamine, morphine and an insomnia drug in his system when he died in a small plane crash in Florida last year.
The combination of drugs in the system of Roy Halladay indicate he likely was impaired at the time of his fatal plane crash, three pathologists said.
Former baseball star Roy Halladay had evidence of morphine, an amphetamine, Ambien, alcohol, and Prozac in his system when he crashed his plane into the Gulf of Mexico last November, USA Today reports. The two-time Cy Young winner's autopsy report was released Friday. A cause of death was listed as...
It’s almost unreal to think Roy Halladay has been gone for over two months now due to a tragic plane crash that claimed his life. On Friday, the former Philadelphia Phillies-Toronto Blue Jays pitcher autopsy results were revealed and it stated what all knew all along, that he died from blunt force trauma and drowning after his […]
Former Major League Baseball star Roy Halladay’s autopsy report suggests that the two-time Cy Young Award-winning pitcher, who was killed in a plane crash in November 2017 at the age of 40, had multiple drugs in his system at the time...Show More Summary
An autopsy report says retired star pitcher Roy Halladay had evidence of amphetamine, morphine and an insomnia drug in his system when he died in a small plane crash in Florida last year. The Tampa Bay Times reports that an autopsy released Friday shows the former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia...
The body of two-time Cy Young winner Roy Halladay showed evidence of morphine, amphetamines and traces of a sleep medication when it was examined after his fatal plane crash into the Gulf of Mexico last November 7, according to an autopsy report. Field Level Media Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
The body of Roy Halladay showed evidence of morphine and the sleeping medication Ambien when it was examined after his fatal plane crash.
Baseball legend Roy Halladay had amphetamines, morphine and traces of an insomnia drug in his system when he died in a plane crash.
TMZ Sports has obtained Roy Halladay's autopsy report -- in which the coroner lists the cause of death as blunt trauma and drowning... but points out the MLB star had morphine in his system. The 40-year-old died in a single passenger plane…
Halladay died Nov. 7 at age 40 when the private plane he was piloting crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida.
Roy Halladay skimmed the Gulf of Mexico and flew his aircraft within 75 feet of beach-adjacent homes before his crash earlier this month, according to a preliminary report released Monday by the National Transportation Safety Board. The agency did not provide a specific cause of the fatal incident that occurred earlier this month, but it used data […]
Federal aviation investigators say retired pitcher flew feet above water before crash.
Federal aviation investigators say retired star pitcher Roy Halladay performed steep turns before his fatal crash two weeks ago.
Roy Halladay was flying dangerously close to homes -- and making wild turns and adjustments in altitude -- moments before his fatal crash... this according to the NTSB. The National Transportation Safety Board released the preliminary report…
When baseball star Roy Halladay crashed his plane and died, it was a tragedy for people and an industry. It shocked family and friends who knew the 40-year-old, former major league pitcher. It also troubled makers of the ICON A5; it was the third fatality in the new design.......