I am one of 3 commissioners in a 12 team, h2h league. Three is alot, but I don't really trust the other two a lot of the time, and I had to get in on it. They are the kind of owners that cheat other teams on trades and such. Anyway, one of them is having a disappointing season, so I guess he started talking to the worst team's owner and worked out a deal. It is Roy Halladay for Mike Williams and Kirk Rueter. I got on this morning and was pretty upset, wouldn't you guys consider this a definite veto? I know I would. I just wanted to know if you guys would have been as upset as I was, but I'm in first place, so that may hinder by judgment(hoping no one gets better), but I also don't like people that are giving up and dumping players.
I guess I did overreact, now that I see the points breakdown, I was just going by the fact that Rueter wasn't drafted, but he has been an innings eater, like he always is. Oh well, haha, order is restored
I'm never in a league where I don't know most or all of the other managers. I think it's more fun that way, and you generally don't have to put up with nonsense like that. If anybody tries anything like that, you nail them for it, and then proceed to make fun of how bad their team is.
Dennis Moore wrote:I'm never in a league where I don't know most or all of the other managers. I think it's more fun that way, and you generally don't have to put up with nonsense like that. If anybody tries anything like that, you nail them for it, and then proceed to make fun of how bad their team is.
Whether it's reasonable or not depends on the rosters of the two teams. Halladay is a top 10 starter that can be counted on for 18 wins, a 3.50 ERA, 1.20 WHIP and 150 K's. Reuter is really a one category pitcher, getting lots of wins on a solid team. He'll have an acceptable ERA, mediocre WHIP and next to no strikeouts. Williams can probably be counted on for 35 saves, albeit with an ugly WHIP and ERA. If the guy giving up Halladay has decent starting pitching and needs saves, I see nothing wrong with that deal.