The Phillies will posthumously induct Roy Halladay into the team’s Wall of Fame. In addition, a flag bearing Halladay’s No. 34 will be flown at Citizens Bank Park throughout the 2018 season. Halladay, who died tragically in a plane crash on Nov. 7 of last year, will be honored on Saturday, Aug. 4 prior to the team’s game against the Marlins at 7:05 p.m. “[Halladay’s sons] Braden, Ryan and I are so honored to have Roy remembered in this way,” Halladay’s wife Brandy, who will be on hand for the ceremony, said in a statement. “He will be in great company with other Phillies legends who are on the Wall of Fame. The decision made by the Phillies to induct Roy without a fan vote makes it even more meaningful. I look forward to fans and the community coming out to celebrate this special occasion with us.”