Halladay and his dad were the model for baseball families

ESPN the Magazine contributing writer Robert Sanchez grew up in Aurora, Colorado, with Roy Halladay, going to school and playing Little League together.

I’d never seen anything like it.

Back in the 1980s, when we were kids in Aurora, Colorado, I’d go to Roy Halladay’s house, and we’d always wind up in his basement. Down there, even as a third-grader, Roy and his father were plotting greatness.

Thirty years later, the memories are hazy, but I still remember the mattress. Roy’s father — a strapping, gregarious pilot — mounted it on a wall. There, night after night, Roy II worked with his son, watching him throw. He’d offer mechanical tweaks on Roy’s arm

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