raygunpunx wrote:Points taken. I guess I am just of a different mindset. I would never want a deal to leave a bad taste in my mouth and have karma come back to bite me in the ass. I have back out of deals when I guy I had just traded got hurt. Guess I'm just a sucker
There is always risk in trading - offering to back out of a trade thats been accepted because the player you just gave in trade got hurt is being a nice owner - its still not required or necesary because that person whom you traded with did assume the risk that this might happen.
All trades have risks/rewards - seldom are you going to come out feeling you did great without having some reservations - after all, trading is about "in theory" trading things of equal value - so you got to lose something of value if you are after the same - usually going to feel the loss of what you gave up regarldess of what you got back in return.
Don't sweat this trade - unless you happened to have given up half your starting rotation or top batters for waiver wire players - one "bad" trade is not going to kill your season