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JULY 17, 2019 – The story also details Halladay’s struggle with fame and restlessness, and fleshes out what we know about Halladay’s relationship with drugs after he retired from baseball. Halladay died Nov. 7, 2017, when the two-seater plane he was flying crashed into the Gulf of Mexico. The toxicology report from January 2018 noted Halladay had amphetamines in his system when he died – and potentially enough of the drug to produce an overdose. According to the article, Halladay’s problems with drug addiction dated back at least two years before the crash:

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