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Halladay Would Approve Deal To Yankees

SATURDAY 8:31am: ESPN's Buster Olney hears that Halladay's preferred destinations are the Yankees, Red Sox, Angels, or Phillies.

FRIDAY 7:32pm: Roy Halladay would be willing to waive his no-trade clause to pitch for the Yankees, writes Bob Elliott of the Toronto Sun, in an article for Slam Sports.

A major league executive told Elliott that he doesn't know where Halladay might end up, but knows that he has told the Blue Jays that he would agree to be dealt to the Yanks.  Doc has used his no-trade clause before to prevent being shipped to the Twins and Rangers.

Toronto GM Alex Anthopoulos has said that he would not be against trading a player in the American League East if it were the best deal on the table.  Should he make an exception in the case of Halladay?  

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