colour wolf wrote:
LonestarTex wrote:1) i know there is collusion between these two
Regardless of the merits of the trade, this alone makes the trade vetoable.
that is a terrible thing to say. just cause there once has been collusion between two teams doesnt mean that a somewhat fair trade should be vetoed. This is not an unfair trade. Arod has been horrible, so his value drops to that of a second rounder. Jeter has been not great, so his value drops to that of a 7th rounder. Escobar has been not great, so his value is pretty low. Damon is solid, so his value is much greater than womack, even though womack is on fire. And then Beckett has been awsome, so he is somewhere around a 3rd rounder value-wise.
So what you have is a second-rounder and (lets say) two 12th rounders for a 3rd rounder and two seventh rounders. I say that is very fair.