The former MLB pitcher died on Nov. 7, after crashing his plane into the Gulf of Mexico near Holiday, Florida. Halladay's career spanned 15 years, during which time he pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays -- from 1998 to 2009 -- and then for the Philadelphia Phillies until his retirement in 2013. The eight-time All-Star racked up an impressive legacy during his years on the mound, including two Cy Young Awards. In May 2010, Halladay made history when he pitched a perfect game against the Florida Marlins -- a feat that has only been accomplished 21 times in the history of modern baseball. Later that season, he became only the second player ever to pitch a no-hitter in the post-season against the Cincinnati Reds. The epic demonstrations marked the very first time any pitcher has ever thrown both a perfect game and a no-hitter in the same season. Halladay is survived by his wife, Brandy, and their two sons.