Jersey numbers retired by the Toronto Blue Jays once they honor Roy Halladay (No. 32) before their opener against the New York Yankees on March 29, as announced Monday.
Halladay died at age 40 on Nov. 7 when the plane he was piloting crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. Toronto will wear a No. 32 patch on its uniforms this season. Roberto Alomar’s No. 12 is the only other player whose number was retired by the Blue Jays.
Halladay spent 12 of his 16 big league seasons with Toronto and went 148-75 for the Blue Jays with six All-Star selections. He won the 2003 AL Cy Young Award after winning a club-record 22 games.