Tragic News; Former MLB player Roy Halladay died after Plane crash; Know about his Family and Children
A tragic news!
Veteran MLB player, Roy Halladay died after his plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico. The tragic news shooked the whole sports community especially the Baseball community.
He was flying his private plane and was the only passenger while the plane crashed. Pasco County Sheriff confirmed the sad news in his press conference.
Former MLB player Roy took his last breath after his plane crashed, Source: USA Today
Roy, the legendary Pitcher who won 2 CY Young Awards in 2003 and 2010, retired from the game four years ago in 2013, due to his injury problem.
The retired sportsmen, recently bought his own aircraft, ICON A5. He even tweeted the picture of his new toy and stated how happy he was after buying the plane.
His wife, Brandy was very much against him flying his own airplane. We cannot even comprehend how sad she must be after hearing this news.
The pair shared two children between them. His plane crash happened 10 miles off the coast of St Petersburg, Florida.
The now deceased MLB player made his professional debut on September 20, 1998. He played 11 seasons for the Toronto Blues Jays until spending his last three years at Philadelphia Phillies.
The player left behind his wife Brady and two children, Source: Heavy
The player was very excited to fly his own personal aircraft and used to share a lot of pictures of him flying over the clouds. No one expected the player to go like this but you know what they say.
You go when's your time to go!
At this time, we offer our deepest condolence to his family and may he Rest In Peace!