In other words, the Jays want your best prospects in return for only a guaranteed year and a half of Halladay.
Meanwhile, why would Halladay waive his no-trade rights without the incentive of a new deal? The short answer: He would not.
These things are all subject to negotiation, of course. But why would the Yankees, for instance, give up Phil Hughes, Jesus Montero and somebody else without knowing for sure they they’d have Halladay beyond 2010?