From "GM preps Halladay for potential trade" at ESPN.com:
Toronto Blue Jays general manager J.P. Ricciardi has spoken with Roy Halladay and prepared him for the possibility that he will bring trade possibilities to the pitcher in the weeks or months ahead.
Halladay, 32, has a no-trade clause that will allow him to dictate whether he will be dealt before he becomes eligible for free agency next fall.
"He's open to at least listening," said Ricciardi. "He's not going to be a guy who will let you do all the work [preparing for a possible trade], and then he's not willing to listen. If it makes sense, he will listen." [...]
The Jays would want one of the Dodgers' best young starters for Halladay -- either Clayton Kershaw or Chad Billingsley -- and that figures to be a deal-breaker for L.A.
"I need a leg. How much for that leg? My arm? Deal!"
UPDATE: Hey, Dodgers and Angels fans, what's your trade for Roy Halladay? (Bill Shaikin, LA Times) (Hat tip: SoSG reader Ben.)