ST. PETERSBURG, Florida - Former Blue Jays great Roy Halladay is in Toronto and will throw out the ceremonial first pitch before Friday night's home opener against the New York Yankees.
Halladay won 203 games in a 16-year career. He won 148 games with the Blue Jays.
New to Twitter since officially retiring at December's Winter Meetings, Halladay took to his account to share the news:
"Just landed in Toronto!! Lot of great memories! Invited by thee Jays to be a part of the Home Opener!"
He followed up the first tweet with a nod to a Yankees' great:
"Throwing the first pitch! Wish Jeter was in the box! Think I'll throw a cutter...."