ramble2, that sounds like a good idea. We just had a big controversy in my league about protests. In the end, we all agreed that protests are not necessarily, "this trade should not go through" votes.
In our league, where I'm commissioner, if we get three protests, it comes to me for the final decision. Both parties in the trade must publicly make their case. Others can publicly make their case against it. In the end, I decide based on all of the info, but we are supposed to let all "on the level" trades go through, unless they are so blatantly ridiculous that it affects the whole league.
This one, their could be arguments for its. Personally, I think Chipper is done, and, though he continually gets offered as trade bait, I avoid him. He's one of the most overrated fantasy players out there, IMO. It's been a couple of years since he's put up monster numbers, and I don't expect him to do so ever again. A decent player to have, but he's no top 20 outfielder. He'd still be a top 10 third baseman, but he doesn't play there anymore.
So with that, I do think the trade is dumb, but not blatanly ridiculous. Still, if the intent is there to screw the league, then it should clearly be protested.