It's all over the Internet: the Boston Red Sox are making a huge push for Toronto Blue Jays ace Roy Halladay. Last July was only the beginning of the trade talks that could land him in either a Boston or New York Yankees uniform. Toronto knows that Halladay doesn't want to return after his contract is up in 2010, so why not get some value from him? The New York Daily News is reporting that in order to land Halladay, the Sox have to part with Clay Buchholz and pitcher/shortstop Casey Kelly, who signed with the Sox in 2008 after being recruited by Tennessee to play quarterback. So pretty much it's switching Buchholz for Halladay in the rotation. No offense, but what does that really solve? Halladay, Josh Beckett, Jon Lester, Daisuke Matsuzaka, and Tim Wakefield would become t ...
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