It was back in November of 2017 when baseball lost a legend.

Former Phillies and Blue Jays ace pitcher Roy Halladay died at the age of 40 when his plane crashed in the Gulf of Mexico.

Halladay was piloting a single-engine Icon A5 airplane, which was found in the water off the coast of New Port Richey.

However in a new book entitled 'Doc: The Life of Roy Halladay, author Todd Zolecki from Phillies.com tells the remarkable story of Hallday, talking to over 100 former teammates, friends and family, including his wide Brandy.

Today on The Sports Bash, Zolecki joined us to discuss the life of Halladay and share some stories and insight he found out about the two-time Cy Young Award winner (2003, Blue Jays and 2010, Phillies) before he retired in 2013 at the age of 36.

The right-hander ended his remarkable career with a 203-105 win-loss record and a 3.38 career ERA.

Zolecki joined The Sports Bash to share stories of his relationship with his former catchers, which member of the Phillies was he closest with, when he knew it was time to retire and more.