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Halladay: No list of acceptable teams

Posted on: July 14, 2009 6:06 pm
 
ST. LOUIS -- Don't bother trying to get Roy Halladay to tell you which team he'd like to be traded to, or which teams he would accept a trade to.

Besides saying that he wants to be with a team that has a chance to win, he's not going to say.

"Out of respect to Toronto, I just hate to put the cart in front," Halladay said, during a lengthy interview session in the American League clubhouse before tonight's All-Star Game.

Pressed for his opinion on various teams, Halladay simply repeated that winning is his priority. He seemed surprisingly comfortable with the questions, and even said he would be all right with not being traded by July 31, even if it meant continuing questions about a possible trade during the winter.

"I'm in a great situation in Toronto," he said. "I like it there. Because of that, it's not something you really push for. There's no bad situations."

Halladay said his All-Star teammates haven't pressed him about his future.

"Just jokingly," he said. "I've never been a person who had to be wooed. I know what I'm looking for."
Category: MLB
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In an interview on sportsnet yesterday,Beeston said that unless we get a deal that knocks our socks off we will resign Halladay,said he hed spoken to the Rogers board and they approved the money  to sign him.




Since: Nov 14, 2008
Posted on: July 15, 2009 6:57 pm
 

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As a Jays fan, I would hate to see Halladay go, but if anyone deserves a ring, it's him. He's sat through years of JP Riccardi futzing around and destroying the team and quietly gone out and dominated every year on a team that is usually mediocre or worse. The BoSox don't need Halladay like the Yankees do, they already have four Studs in their rotation and three guys fighting for the fifth spot that could be #3 guys on most teams.

Please don't send him to the Yankees. I can't imagine they would because the Yanks have no prospects (why develop a farm team when you just buy new all-stars every off-season?) and the names being bantered about are hilarious. Phil Hughes? I wouldn't take him for free. Melky Cabrera? Come on.

Brewers would be a nice fit. Rockies could really make a push with Roy, but he probably wouldn't want to pitch at Coors Field. Ideally, JP works something out with the Pirates, a perfect union between the two lamest GMs in the game.


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