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2-Time Cy Young winner Roy Halladay killed



2-Time Cy Young winner Roy Halladay killed

Roy Halladay, the 40 year-old retired starting pitcher of Philadelphia Phillies fame was killed while flying a small aircraft over the Gulf of Mexico today. Initial reports indicate Halladay was a novice pilot who only recently received his pilot’s license. ESPN reports that the Pasco County Sheriffs Office could not confirm Halladay was alone in the aircraft.

The two-time Cy Young award winner seems a likely candidate for Cooperstown when he becomes eligible next year. Halladay posted an impressive career 3.38 ERA with 2117 strikeout and was an 8 time All Star in his career with the Phillies and Blue Jays. He leaves behind his wife Brandy and two children.

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Roy Halladay, 40, dies in plane crash in Gulf of Mexico County Sheriff Chris Nocco said during a news conference that Halladay’s ICON A5, a small single-engine aircraft, went down about noon Tuesday near Holiday, Florida.

The sheriff’s office marine unit responded to the downed plane and found Halladay’s body. No survivors were found. They said they couldn’t confirm if there were additional passengers on the plane or say where it was headed.

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