The Toronto Maple Leafs remembered Roy Halladay on Wednesday with a moment of silence
Tragedy struck the baseball world Tuesday when all-time great pitcher Roy Halladay passed away at the age of 40 after his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. Dozens of players and fans came shared their stories of the right-hander, the Toronto Raptors had a moment of silence on Tuesday and the Pasco County Sheriff's Office revealed how Halladay made an impact by giving the department a K-9 dog.
The Toronto Maple Leafs also paid their respects to Halladay before their game against the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night:
The team shared a tribute video to the pitcher who called Toronto home for 12 seasons and had a moment of silence in his honor. Watch it below: