RDD15 wrote: tuna411 wrote:
Mrmet wrote: Not a comish veto for sure!
This phrase made me burst out laughing. How do you people play in leagues with veto's let alone play in leagues where one DICKtator holds the power to disallow trades?
Perhaps the reason for a commish veto rule is because the league had a history of voting to veto almost every single trade made, so a commish veto system was put in place with a commish that is opposed to vetoing except in the most lopsided of deals. I have a league that is headed that direction.
At the auction two owners get in a bidding war for mike lowell. 20, 21, 22, and it keeps going all the way up to 36.
Do you stop the auction and say "hey, that is 20 units too much for him, you are screwing up the auction, we have to re-do mike lowell and this time, there is a max bid of 15."
The high bidding is causing an unfair situation for the purchasing team, no? He is obviously not going to be able to field a competitive team if he is spending 15% of his budget on mike lowell.
Let the owners play. Their strategy is probably different than yours and it is what makes this game fun.