Former Phillies ace Roy Halladay dies in plane crash

Former Phillies ace Roy Halladay dies in plane crash

Felger was upset that Halladay, who died Tuesday in a plane crash in the Gulf of Mexico, was apparently a thrill seeker, because he has a wife and two kids.

A man was arrested for swiping a Roy Halladay jersey from a memorial for the baseball legend outside Citizens Bank Park Thursday, police said.

Felger did admit he meant some of what he said about Halladay, whom he believes was too cavalier while flying his plane, but added his delivery was disgusting and insensitive.

"If I die helicopter skiing, you have the right out there to do the exact same thing I'm doing to Roy Halladay", Felger said.

"I'm sorry dude, you're on your own".

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"Hard. I fought hard".

Halladay spent 12 seasons with the Toronto Blue Jays followed by four seasons with the Phillies. Isn't that the worst, when someone comes in and says that?

"Just as he was known for his work ethic in baseball, [Roy] was also widely respected by those who knew him in the aviation community for his hard work, attention to detail and dedication to safety while flying", the family said in a statement.

The Halladay Family Foundation has aided children's charities, hunger relief and animal rescue.

"You know, if my career's two years, three years shorter than it could have been because I wanted to go out and pitch deep into games, I'm fine with that", he said in a retirement news conference.

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