|Date of Birth:||1977 May 14|
|Age:||40 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 5 Inch|
|education||Arvada West High School|
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Roy Halladay was married to his long-time dated girlfriend, Brandy Gates. They had two sons, Ryan Halladay and Braden Halladay from their relationship. To know more about this talented player's personal life, early life, career, personal life, salary, net worth. Read more
Harry Leroy Halladay III was born on May 14, 1977, in Denver, Colorado to Harry Halladay Jr. father and Linda Halladay, mother. His father was a pilot for a food processing company whereas his mother was a homemaker. He had two siblings both sisters, Heather Halladay Basile and Merinda Halladay.
Roy Halladay had an interest in Baseball since his young age. He began training with a baseball guru, Bus Campbell at the age of 13 who helped him to sign with Toronto Blue Jays of the Major League Baseball. He attended the Arvada West High School and graduated from there in 1995.
Roy Halladay made his professional MLB debut in 1998 with the Toronto Blue Jays. He played with the team for almost 11 years and was traded to Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for Kyle Drabek, Travis D'Arnaud, and Michael Taylor. He announced his retirement in 2013 after playing almost three seasons with Philadelphia due to injury.
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Throughout his baseball career, Roy collected numbers of titles including eight times MLB All-Star, two times Cy Young Awards, and two times MLB wins Leader.
The baseball Star, Roy Halladay was married to Brandy Gates on November 27, 1998. The husband and wife were blessed with two sons Ryan and Branden Halladay.
The couple was spending quality time together. However, a tragic end came to their relationship after the death of Roy. Since the death of Roy, his wife, Brandy has been living with her sons. She has not involved in any other love affairs and neither there are any rumors of her love affairs bruited in the air.
Roy Halladay died on November 7, 2017, after his ICON A5 Founders Edition amphibious aircraft crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. Reportedly the crash happened about 0.25 mi off the coast of New Port Richey, Florida. Philadelphia Phillies suspended number 34 for the 2018 seasons to honor Halladay.
Roy Halladay has accumulated a huge amount of money from his baseball professions. Analyzing his past works, he received almost $20 million per year while playing for the Philadelphia Phillies. Likewise, as an eight-time MLB-All star, he also boosted his net worth. As of 2017, his estimated net worth was set at around $70 million.
He used to own a vintage car called 1932 Ford Hartford which is most rear cars in the world. Likewise, he used to reside in a huge mansion in Newtown Square, PA which he bought for more than $2 million.