The Blue Jays will honor Roy Halladay in an enormous means.
The group on Monday introduced it is going to retire the late pitcher’s uniform number March 29 throughout a pregame ceremony forward of its opening day matchup towards the Yankees.
The Blue Jays additionally will put on a No. 32 patch on their uniform tops all through the 2018 season.
Be a part of us Opening Day, as we pay tribute to the late Roy Halladay and retire his uniform number.
In Doc’s honour, we’ll put on a commemorative No. 32 patch on our jerseys for the 2018 season. #DocForever pic.twitter.com/yHD3HpY3dB
— Toronto Blue Jays (@BlueJays) February 12, 2018
Halladay, forty, died in November when the small aircraft he was flying crashed within the Gulf of Mexico close to Tampa. The eight-time All-Star spent 12 seasons with the Blue Jays and gained the AL Cy Younger Award in 2003 earlier than being traded to the Phillies, with whom he pitched for 4 seasons earlier than retiring after the 2013 season.