TORONTO, ON - MARCH 29: A Jay's player walks in front of a candle on the field display during a ceremony honoring the late pitcher Roy Halladay. The team retired Halladay's No. 32 on opening day before the MLB season game between the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre in Toronto, ON., Canada March 29, 2018. Jays players will also wear a no. 32 patch on their jerseys throughout the season in tribute to Halladay. Halladay, nicknamed 'Doc' who spent 12 seasons as a pitcher with the Jays, died in November 2017 when his personal plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico near Tampa. He was 40 years old. Halladay joins Robero Alomar (no. 12) as the only 2 players in Jays history to have their jersey numbers retired. (Photo by Jeff Chevrier/Icon Sportswire)
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