'We Wish That He Was Here': Roy Halladay's Family Goes 1-On-1 With CBS3 After HOF ElectionThe family of former Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay sits down with CBS3 one day after Roy was posthumously voted into the baseball Hall of Fame.
Former Phillies Pitcher Roy Halladay Posthumously Voted Into Baseball Hall Of Fame In First Year Of EligibilityDuring his 16-year career, Halladay established himself as arguably the league's most dominant pitcher.
Phillies Great Roy Halladay Headlines 2019 Baseball Hall Of Fame BallotRoy Halladay appears to be a lock for the Hall of Fame, but will he get in on his first try?
Phillies Pay Tribute To Roy Halladay; Eagles' Pederson Dons Uniform For First PitchPhiladelphia Phillies showed their love for the late, great Roy Halladay, as Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson wore Doc's uniform for the first pitch during the team's home opener on Thursday.
Roy Halladay's Son Gets Standing Ovation After Tossing Perfect InningBraden Halladay, 17, received an emotional standing ovation Saturday after tossing a 1-2-3 eighth inning against his father's former team, the Toronto Blue Jays.
Phillies To Posthumously Induct Roy Halladay Into Wall Of FameThe Phillies announced Tuesday that Halladay, along with former general manager Pat Gillick, will be inducted on Saturday, Aug. 4, prior to the 7:05 p.m. game against the Miami Marlins.
Halladay's No. 32 Will Be Retired By Blue Jays Before OpenerRoy Halladay's No. 32 will be retired by the Toronto Blue Jays before their opener against the New York Yankees on March 29.
Report: Autopsy Shows Roy Halladay Had Morphine In System At Time Of Death An autopsy report is revealing more details about the cause of Roy Halladay's death.
2017's Top News StoriesIt was a memorable news year in the Delaware Valley in 2017.
Phillies Won't Wear Halladay's No. 34 In 2018In 2018, it's not what the Phillies will be wearing to honor the late Roy Halladay, but rather what they won't be wearing.
Investigators: Roy Halladay Performed Turns Before CrashFederal aviation investigators say retired star pitcher Roy Halladay performed steep turns and flew feet above the water in his small plane moments before his fatal crash two weeks ago.