Yankees Going to Bid on Roy Halladay 1


roy-halldaySo the Yankees finished up their pre-Winter Meetings meeting yesterday and afterwards they announced that not only were they going to trim payroll, but they were going to bid on Roy Halladay according to Jon Heyman of Sports Illustrated. I don’t know how they’re going to do that either.

Heyman also reminds us that in exchange for Halladay the Blue Jays are going to expect one of either Joba Chamberlain, Phil Hughes, Jesus Montero, or Austin Jackson as part of the deal. The thing is if they are forced to deal one of those players it’s going to be very hard to stay under budget.

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One thought on “Yankees Going to Bid on Roy Halladay

  • Brandon

    More than one of them….a combination, and what does one of those players getting traded have to do with the payroll?

    "The thing is if they are forced to deal one of those players it’s going to be very hard to stay under budget"

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