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Oatsdad wrote:So please explain why I - or you, or whoever - should be punished for being able to pull off lopsided trades? Who says this whole thing has to be even all the time?
Oatsdad wrote:The only time I think trades should be vetoed is if it's patently obvious that there's collusion at work. I mean, if someone trades Joe Blow and Fred Flop for Jose Reyes and Johan Santana, then it's clear there's shady dealings afoot.
JTWood wrote:If you think "it's clear" that a lopsided deal is synonymous with collusion, why can't others feel that way, too?
talan37 wrote:if I trade 2 crappy players for 2 studs(even if the other owner doesn't know any better) its going to completely unbalance the league, and I shouldn't be rewarded for trolling for trades/preying on newbies.
I hate to use this cliche i see all over this board, but if your in a league where someone will flat out drop holliday, who has been one of the best producers to date in any format, and is widely considered a 2nd round draft pick, you might want to consider finding another league. If someone in my league dropped holliday and someone else picked him up, I would automatically assume that it was collusion, because no owner actually trying to win, and not actively cheating would drop a player like that.
But if it's just a trade you don't think is even... so what? That happens in real baseball, and the other owners can't veto. I don't see why my - or your - deals should be subject to the whims of other people, especially since they're not objective parties.
Lofunzo wrote:I don't like this analogy at all. That is, unless it's a keeper league, you are out of it now, and those players and picks will be used to build your team for the future. Comparing a salary dump in real baseball to a lopsided trade in a non-keeper league isn't fair, IMHO. 2 totally different things.
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