A fierce competitor on the mound, Roy Halladay was generous and gentle away from the field.
The eight-time All-Star loved his family, baseball and flying.
Halladay's passion for piloting cost him his life Tuesday when his private plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. He was 40.
Former teammates, coaches and fans mourned the sudden loss of the beloved former player, who was known for his tireless work ethic. Nearly every memory began with a story about Halladay's legendary workout program and his early morning routine.
Halladay even outworked Chase Utley.
The fan favorites quickly became close friends after Halladay was traded to the Philadelphia Phillies...