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.......
Roy Halladay was honored by teammates, family and friends at a memorial service in Florida on Tuesday... remembering the star pitcher for his accomplishments both on and off the field. Chase Utley -- who played with Halladay on the Phillies…
Alex Anthopoulos will inherit wealth of prospects as Braves GM, and pay his respects to Roy Halladay in Clearwater.
There’s a lot to be written about the on-the-field legacy of Blue Jays and Phillies pitching ace Roy Halladay, who died last week at age 40 when he crashed his plane into the Gulf of Mexico. Halladay should and will go into the HallShow More Summary
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Welcome to another episode of This Week In Hot Takes, this time looking at the hottest takes from Nov. 3 to Nov. 9. There’s no surprise what this week’s hottest take is, but we have some more to say about that one, and there were plenty of other hot takes this week as well. Show More Summary
Michael Felger apologized this afternoon for an 12-minute rant yesterday on Boston radio station 98.5 FM, the Sports Hub, in which he implied the late Roy Halladay acted selfishly and recklessly without putting the best interests of his wife and kids first. Show More Summary
In Philadelphia, there was a touching memorial for Roy Halladay outside Citizens Bank Park after he tragically passed away in a plane accident. A Philadelphia man used that opportunity to allegedly steal a Halladay jersey that was placed there. He tried to flee, but was chased down by Phillies fans who eventually flagged down police and […]
Small planes like the one that Roy Halladay crashed, which FAA categorizes as experimental, are growing in popularity, but are also risky.
The former Major League pitcher died suddenly earlier in the week. In the wake of Roy Halladay’s sudden passing earlier this week at 40 years old, when his plane went down in shallow water in the Gulf of Mexico, memories have been pouring...Show More Summary
Michael Felger made the comment in reaction to a video that shows Halladay making low dives before the crash.
“While we mourn the loss of the core of our family, we choose to celebrate him and remember the man we knew privately on and off the field,” the Halladay family said in a statement.
The family of ex-MLB pitcher Roy Halladay insist he was an extremely responsible pilot... despite witness claims he was hot-dogging before the crash. "Just as he was known for his work ethic in baseball, [Roy] was also widely respected…
A radio host shocked some of his listeners with a tirade targeting former big league pitcher Roy Halladay one day after the baseball star died in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico. Autoweek reports that the rant by...
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