Roy Halladay‘s will states the total value of his estate was worth a little more than $13,000,000.
According to the will, which was obtained by The Blast, Halladay named his wife, Brandy, as the executor of the estate. The couple’s two minor children, Braden and Ryan, are named as beneficiaries.
Halladay last updated his will on December 21, 2011.
In the breakdown of Halladay’s assets, the bulk of the estate is an investment account with UBS, a leading financial services company.
Halladay’s death certificate, also obtained by The Blast, reveals he was cremated at a funeral home in Tarpon Springs, Florida.
Halladay, who won 200 games and two Cy Young Awards during his 15-year baseball career, passed away on November 7 after he crashed a small plane into the Gulf of Mexico.