Roy Halladay would waive his no-trade clause to approve a deal to the Yankees, according to Bob Elliot.
Elliot also pointed out that Halladay would be following the same path as David Cone and Roger Clemens did if traded to New York.
Jeremy Sandler has an update on the Blue Jays asking price.
The Jays want a major league-ready arm and bat, both young and affordable enough to stay in Toronto a while, plus prospects for Halladay.
For the Yankees, that could mean either Phil Hughes or Joba Chamberlain, possibly Melky Cabrera and then a couple of prospects.
If it were me, I’d prefer to give up Chamberlain over Hughes. And I would not be willing to part with Jesus Montero under any circumstances.