Published: Sat, November 11, 2017
Technology | By Russell Knight

Watch Michael Felger Apologize For 'Insensitive' Roy Halladay Comments

Watch Michael Felger Apologize For 'Insensitive' Roy Halladay Comments

Boston-based Felger and Mazz co-host Michael Felger went for 11 minutes on Wednesday's show mocking Major League Baseball pitcher Roy Halladay's death and calling him a "moron", which was a weird, stupid angle to take the day after a guy died. I root for the wall.

Thursday afternoon, Felger said his comments were "over the top" and 'insensitive.' He offered a personal apology to Halladay's family saying he felt bad about what he said on a lot of levels.

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"If I die helicopter skiing, you have the right to do the exact same thing I'm doing to Roy Halladay". The presentation and the tone and the hyperbole was just low-class bad, not good, I don't feel good about it. I don't feel good about.

Felger was then referring to the video that surfaced on Wednesday of witnesses watching Halladay fly recklessly before the deadly crash. I regret what happened yesterday. I believe what I believe, I do, but the tone and the hysterics were really uncalled for. They are clearly those things.

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"I'm talking about me there". I got no sympathy for you. "Now there are maybe 20 other lines in that rant that you could pick out and make a bad headline out of and you could put in quotes, and I would feel bad about those, too". "And you're going to screw around in this little toy plane?" Police told NBC 10 Philadelphia that an officer assigned to the K9 Unit chased down the culprit, a male, and arrested him. You can believe what you want to believe.

Even more incredibly, one of Felger's shots delivered on Wednesday landed on the late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt Jr., who died in a crash at the Daytona 500 in 2001.

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But Roy's family says that just doesn't sound like Roy.

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