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Current and former Yankees react to Roy Halladay’s passing

The baseball world lost, not only a great player, but an all-around great man today. Around noontime, Roy Halladay’s single engine aircraft crashed into the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida, he was just 40-years-old. “Doc” retired from baseball in 2013 after a 16-year career that saw him win two Cy Young awards, make eight All Star games, pitch a perfect game and a postseason no hitter.

The baseball community, including current and former Yankees, took to social media to offer condolences, share their memories and tell stories about the late great Doc.

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