A quick look at the life and career of former Phillies star Roy Halladay:

Born: May 14, 1977.

Died: Nov. 7, 2017 (age 40).

Drafted: First round, 17th overall, in 1995 by Toronto.

Family: Wife Brandy, sons Ryan and Braden.

Major league career: Toronto Blue Jays, 1998-2009; Phillies, 2010-13.

Awards and achievements

*Eight-time All-Star.

*Won the Cy Young Award twice (2003 with Toronto, 2010 with the Phillies).

*Is one of five pitchers to win a Cy Young Award in each league (Gaylord Perry, Pedro Martinez, Randy Johnson, Roger Clemens are the others; Clemens is the only one of the previous four not in the Hall of Fame).

*Pitched a no-hitter for the Phillies in the 2010 National League Division Series against Cincinnati; one of two postseason no-hitters in baseball history (Don Larsen, 1956). It also was the first postseason appearance for Halladay, who was in his 13th season.

*Earlier that year, Halladay pitched a perfect game against the Florida Marlins in Miami on May 29, 2010.

*Called Carlos Ruiz the greatest catcher he'd ever had.

*Went 203-105 in his 16 seasons with a 3.38 ERA.

*Won at least 20 games three times (2003, 2008, 2010)

*His first year of Hall of Fame eligibility is 2019.

*Known for his extreme workout routines and his laser-sharp focus on gamedays.



All with Phillies