The Phillies continued the fantastic Toyota Phillies Wall of Fame Weekend festivities on Sunday afternoon, retiring Roy Halladay's No. 34 at Citizens Bank Park.
A complete squadron of players who crossed paths with Halladay's time in Philadelphia showed up Sunday to honor Halladay's career and legacy:
And Carlos Ruiz, Halladay's catcher and close friend during his time in Philadelphia, helped Phillies managing partner John Middleton unveil Halladay's No. 34 number statue, which will be on display at Citizens Bank Park, while Steve Carlton helped unveil the No. 34 on the Phillies' Wall of Fame.
You can watch the full ceremony, which was tremendous, in the video player above.
Halladay joins Richie Ashburn (1), Jim Bunning (14), Dick Allen (15), Mike Schmidt (20), Steve Carlton (32), Robin Roberts (36), and Jackie Robinson (42), along with Grover Cleveland Alexander and Chuck Klein who don't have specific numbers retired, as the only retired numbers in Phillies history.