Report: Roy Halladay Autopsy Shows Traces of Morphine in System at Time of Death

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Bleacher Report—An autopsy report provided to TMZ Sports on Friday revealed two-time Cy Young Award winner Roy Halladay died of blunt trauma and drowning after his plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico in November. The toxicology report also said Halladay had "had zolpidem (the generic name for Ambien), as well as morphine in his system at the time of the crash," per TMZ. Citing sources, TMZ wrote that while the "autopsy report notes that morphine can be found in the system as a result of heroin use," there was...

Roy Halladay Autopsy: Traces of Morphine In System at Time of Crash. TMZ Sports has obtained Roy Halladay's autopsy report -- in which the coroner lists the cause of death as blunt trauma and drowning ... but points out the MLB star had morphine in his system.  The 40-year-old died in a single passenger plane…