T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com, reports that the Rangers are unwilling to part with their top prospects for Roy Halladay.
Sullivan notes that the Blue Jays have asked for an enormous package reportedly consisting of Derek Holland, Justin Smoak and Julio Borbon.
We've noted in the past that the Rangers may have several financial complications completing a deal for Halladay, but according to Sullivan, the Rangers were willing to work around those issues in order to get a deal done.
However, given the Rangers unwillingness to part with several of their key prospects, any potential deal with Halladay remains unlikely.