Roy Halladay's Family He Was NOT a Reckless Pilot

Roy Halladay's Family He Was NOT a Reckless Pilot

Roy Halladay's Family He Was NOT a Reckless Pilot

Felger-a host that's made headlines for bashing men for taking paternity leave when their children are born and accused ex-Red Sox star Jason Varitek of having an affair with a reporter-went after Halladay and showed no remorse.

Felger said. "That guy's like the bad guy to me".

Halladay died Tuesday after his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.

Felger called Halladay a "moron" and pointed to video a witness shot shortly before the crash that showed Halladay making risky dives toward the water.

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"'Weee! Oh look I just landed on the water, everybody". That one's gonna stick with me for a while.

During Castellani's video, he noted that Felger apologized for his comments. So, sorry doesn't do that justice as it relates to them. FELGER isn't a big believer in the notion of respecting the dead"), THE BIG LEAD ("98.5 THE SPORTS HUB should sit Mr. FELGER down and have a chat with him.

"If I die helicopter skiing, you have the right to do the exact same thing I'm doing to Roy Halladay". For good measure, FELGER also added criticism of the late DALE EARNHARDT SR., saying that he was "root (ing) for the wall" in the NASCAR legend's fatal crash at DAYTONA ("That ain't no tragedy"). "There is stuff that I did mean, but the presentation and the tone and the hyperbole was just low class, bad, not good. I think what I've gotten I deserved". I got no sympathy for you.

"I find that offensive, that you are that cavalier about life". With the news, social media exploded with messages remembering Halladay, who was only 40, for his accomplishments in baseball but more importantly, for the incredible person he was off the field.

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