my question is, should i do anything about the situation? i feel kinda bad, i mean, obviously the guy has never heard of "buy low, sell high". same owner also made some questionable draft picks (G Anderson 2nd round) so i'm guessin he's a newbie at fantasy sports (though he has made savvy moves too, grabbing turnbow, hermanson, etc off the WW). there have been other trades that have been less than perfectly even, but nothing so one-sided as this. should i be a "good sport" and offer to give Matsui back, or offer another player to even out the deal, even though it has already been processed? or just let him learn his lesson?
chill out, hardboiled came here (im assuming) with the best intentions asking for advice on a situation that he didn't expect. He knew the newbi needed a closer and wanted lyon. The newbi offered a trade that was too low on his end, hardboiled countered with a trade that could be considered too high. the useal next step in negoiating lands some where in the middle. So he got the best of a trade with his firend, if thats actually going to harm a friendship there are other things going on. Hardboiled don't worry about it, its just a game and in the end, no one is going to care, theyll just be a little more carful in the future
He began letting Koby Clemens drive the orange Hummer to school after he signed a letter of intent last November to play baseball for the University of Texas, whose colors are burnt orange and white. Before that, Koby drove a black Hummer to school