Toronto general manager JP Ricciardi says trading Roy Halladay, who has two years left on his contract, makes no sense, short or long term. "Two reasons," Ricciardi said Friday when he was asked why he was so opposed to trading Halladay. "We like him, and he gives us a chance to win. "That's not just the case in 2009. It's in 2010, too. I mean, let's say we were to move Roy this winter and we get Shaun Marcum back in 2010 after Dustin McGowan comes back in May this year, along with Casey Janssen being there, too. We'd be in a position where we'd be trying to recreate what we already have in Roy."