Blue Jays Retire Roy Halladay's Number in Touching Opening Day Tribute
The late Blue Jays great was honoured before the club's first game of the season against the Yankees.
Blue Jays Mailbag: Retiring Halladay's Number on Opening Day Is the Right Move
Andrew Stoeten discusses the Jays honouring Roy Halladay by retiring his No. 32, Dalton Pompey's uncertain future in Toronto, and more.
Roy Halladay Was the Person We All Aspire to Be
Halladay was as relentless a competitor and as tireless a worker as any human could possibly be. He was also, by all accounts, just as relentless in his devotion to his family and humility itself.
Roy Halladay Killed In Plane Crash in Gulf of Mexico
The former Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies ace was killed in a plane crash off the Gulf Coast in Florida. He was 40.
The Puzzling Case of Marco Estrada
Estrada has taken a major step back after an exceptional two-year run with the Blue Jays. His go-to changeup could be part of the problem, but his struggles aren't exactly easy to diagnose.
Roy Halladay, Vladimir Guerrero Highlight Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2017
Next stop: Cooperstown.
Throwback Thursday: Blue Jays Trade Franchise Great Roy Halladay
It was six years ago this week that the Blue Jays traded Roy Halladay, one of the greatest players in club history.