Contrarians say Roy Halladay's death was NOT a tragedy!

Contrarians say Roy Halladay's death was NOT a tragedy!

On Wednesday, Felger went on a several minute rant talking about the death of former Major League pitcher Roy Halladay.

Thursday afternoon, Felger said his comments were "over the top" and 'insensitive.' He offered a personal apology to Halladay's family saying he felt bad about what he said on a lot of levels.

Phillies fans have started and built a lovely scene outside the ballpark commemorating the beloved Halladay, who died tragically on Tuesday in a plane crash.

Video from witnesses showed the plane making a turn at low altitude as it descended toward the water.

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Some said it is making them think about what the Democratic party should do differently in the next election. Where did she get the money to pay off insiders in the DNC? She said she tried to be fair.

"If I die helicopter skiing, you have the right to do the exact same thing I'm doing to Roy Halladay". So, sorry doesn't do that justice as it relates to them. I'm gonna tweet it!' Splat.

During Castellani's video, he noted that Felger apologized for his comments.

Felger also backed away from inflammatory comments he made about the late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, who died in a crash in 2001. I'm supposed to feel bad for you? "I don't feel good about it". "He got what he deserved". Give me a break. I got no sympathy for you.

Felger did admit he meant some of what he said about Halladay, whom he believes was too cavalier while flying his plane, but added his delivery was awful and insensitive. With the news, social media exploded with messages remembering Halladay, who was only 40, for his accomplishments in baseball but more importantly, for the awesome person he was off the field. But since that's the one that's at the front of everyone's mind and everyone's lips, I just thought I'd play that little piece for you.

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