I wanted to, but I couldn't.
Last year, vetos were done by league vote. As a result, 1 trade got through and about 25 were vetoed. This year, I set it as a commish veto system. This lead to lots of arguments before the season even started.
The final result was this: I'll pass any trade, so long as there is no collusion, fire sale, or 1st round pick involved. If there is a 1st round pick and the trade is lopsided, I'll talk with both managers to decide if it's veto worthy.
I'm a strong disbeliever in vetoing even horrible trades, so long as both teams are trying to improve. Why? What happens if I veto this and Patterson wins 17+ with a 2.95 ERA? I'd feel like an ass, and would have cheated the team with the guts to trade Furcal for him now. First rounders are the only exception, because letting some team get Pujols + Beltran + Arod from suckers would harm the competitive balance too much.
Harden- 2.15 ERA, 7.61 K/9
Peavy - 2.89 ERA, 10.10 K/9
[b]Lets go Rich![/b]