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Postby matmat » Wed Jun 01, 2005 10:07 pm

linberg wrote:The guy playing Izturis won't do Gagne for Jeter straight up (he's got like 5 releivers). I figured I was helping him out and fulfilling my needs. Obviously Jeter should be worth more, but you have to take into account the fact that no one really pays what they should for anyone.


why would he want to take a small upgrade (and yes, it isn't that big of an upgrade) for a top tier reliever?
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Postby slomo007 » Thu Jun 02, 2005 12:06 am

Yoda wrote:
The Guru wrote:I hate owners who won't do trades.
1. They overvalue there own players. I never understand why this happens but it does.
2. They only are willing to do a deal that they are obviously winning. Trading is a big part of fantasy baseball. Owners should trade when they have a hole that needs to be filled. But most owners are morons and don't realize that.

I honestly think owners that don't trade ruin the league and make it alot less fun.

If I were you I wouldn't do either of those trades. If your looking to move Ichiro you should be able to get a stud power hitter in return. Try for someone like Miggy Cabera, Edmonds, Texiera, Rolen (when he comes back healthy). If you trade Ichiro for any of those guys you should be getting back another good player in the deal because Ichiro is more valuable then all of them.


Who doesn't think that their players are worth a lot more compared to what the rest of the league thinks?

Also, it's human nature to try to get more for less.


Well put. I have the players I do for a reason - because I like them to do well this year. If I have a good draft, and make a few key WW pickups, I really have no need for a trade usually.
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Postby nikku88 » Thu Jun 02, 2005 3:35 am

I'll reply to someone if they wrote a message or if it's a fair trade and I'll give my reasons why I won't accept it.
I don't reply to crappy offers with no message.
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