Baseball Hall of Fame 2019: Brandy Halladay delivers emotional speech honoring late husband Roy

null 夜网论坛 Baseball Brandy Halladay honored her late husband Sunday with an emotional speech as Roy was officially enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame. The former Blue Jays and Phillies pitcher died in a plane crash in November 2017.  Roy Halladay finished with a 203-105 record and a 3.38 ERA during his 16-year career.Before Brandy Halladay's speech, there was a video shared highlighting Roy's career. She admitted she couldn't watch it just yet. “Doc wanted the biggest stage all the time, and wasn’t afraid of it.”Chris Carpenter remembers his friend and Hall of Fame Inductee Roy Halladay. #HOFWKND | @baseballhall pic.twitter.com/uSLYgxfSqY— Network (@Network) July 21, 2019"It's overwhelming, the amount of people here today. I can't believe you came this far. I'm so grateful that you're here," she said, addressing the crowd. "This is not my speech to give. I'm going to do the best I can to say the things I believe Roy might have said or would have wanted to say if he was here today."The thank yous could and should go on for days when you consider the impact so many people have had on Roy's career. Thank you first to the baseball writers, for the overwhelming amount of votes that Roy received his first year on the ballot. ..."Roy's natural talent was obviously a huge part of this. Without the unconditional and continued suppo[......]

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