Roy Halladay Height, Weight, Age, Death Cause, Family, Biography, Net Worth, Facts & More
|Real Name||Harry Leroy Halladay III|
|Nickname||Roy, Tom Cheek|
|Profession||Professional Baseball Player|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters - 198 cm
in meters - 1.98 m
in feet inches - 6’ 6”
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms - 80 kg
in Pounds - 176 lbs
|Body Measurements (approx.)||-Chest: 40 Inches
-Waist: 35 Inches
-Biceps: 16 Inches
|Eye Color||Dark Blue|
|Debut||MLB- Toronto Blue Jays (1998–2009)
International League- Philadelphia Phillies (2013)
|MLB Team||Philadelphia Phillies|
|Jersey Number||# 32 (Toronto Blue Jays)
# 34 (Philadelphia Phillies)
|Records/Achievements (main ones)||• National League Cy Young Award
• American League Cy Young Award
•Best Major League Baseball Player ESPY Award
• Best Moment ESPY Award
|Date of Birth||May 14, 1977|
|Date of Death||November 7, 2017|
|Age (as in 2017)||40 Years|
|Death Cause||Plane Crash|
|Place of Death||Gulf of Mexico near Holiday, Florida|
|Birth Place||Denver, Colorado|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Taurus|
|School||Arvada West High School, Arvada, Colorado|
|College/University||Arvada West High School, Arvada, Colorado|
|Family||Father- Harry Halladay, Jr.
Mother- Linda Halladay
Brother- Not Known
Sister- Heather Halladay Basile
|Ethnicity/Race||English, German, possibly other|
|Address||Fan Mail Address: Roy Halladay
2000 Avenue of The Stars
Los Angeles, CA 90067-4700
|Hobbies||Travelling, Listening Music|
|Controversies||His First MLB Team known as Toronto Blue Jays didn't think him fit enough to be played in Philadelphia Phillies and it had some negative critics on him.|
|Girlfriends, Affairs and More|
|Wife||Brandy Gates (1998 - 2017)
|Marriage Date||27 November 1998|
|Children||Son- Ryan Halladay, Braden Halladay
|Car||1932 Ford Hotrod|
|Assets||$6.9 million condo in PA
|Salary/Fees||20 million USD|
|Net Worth||$70 Million|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Roy Halladay
- Does Roy Halladay smoke?: No
- Does Roy Halladay drink alcohol?: Not Known
- At the point when Roy came surprisingly close to a no-hitter in 1998 against the Detroit Tigers, he lost it on a grand slam by Bobby Higginson. The ball was gotten in the Toronto warm-up area by Dave Steib, the central Blue Jay to have tossed a no-hitter.
- Roy was the third Blue Jays pitcher to win the Cy Young, after Roger Clemens and Pat Hentgen.
- Roy was the first pitcher who got votes on each ticket for the 2003 Cy Young Award. Chicago White Sox Esteban Loaiza got the main other two ahead of all comers votes, and both were from Chicago essayists.
- Roy has done continuously well in away diversions. In 2005, he had the group’s best street ERA at 2.09.
- Roy’s 100th profession win came in his initially begin in the wake of experiencing an appendectomy in 2007—and his 200th start in general. No Toronto pitcher had ever achieved the century check that rapidly.
- Roy drove in his initially significant alliance keep running against the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2007.
- In 2008, Roy turned into the first pitcher to beat the New York Yankees five times since Luis Tiant in 1974.
- Roy won his initial ten begins at the Rogers Center in 2008.
- Roy’s 1.3 strolls for every nine innings contributed was the best the AL in 2009.
- Roy drove the AL in shutouts in 2003, 2008 and 2009.
- Roy’s ideal diversion in 2010 was the second in Phillies’ history. The first was written by Hall of Famer Jim Bunning in 1964.
- To honour his ideal diversion, Roy displayed 60 individuals from Phillie’s association with watches recorded “We did it together. Much obliged, Roy Halladay.”
- In 2010, Roy drove the association in shooters looked for the third time in his career.