I will try to be as objective as possible.
A player has tried to trade Chipper Jones numerous times to teams. Two days ago, he left a post to let the league know that he was willing to trade Chipper:
"If anyone wants Chipper Jones, Ill pretty much give him away right now for any starter pitcher who is halfway decent."
Yesterday, a trade was approved and pending:
GM (A) traded Chipper Jones and Orlando Hernandez to GM (B) for Chad Gaudin.
GM (B) will drop Nick Swisher.
Not a fair trade, but fine. Then within hours of the trade, I receive an email sent to the league from GM (A):
"I was wondering if you could all vote against the trade that is pending between myself (GM-A) and (GM-B). I just realized that Pence just went on the DL, will be out 4-6 weeks and Id like to have Chipper as my Utility guy. Thank you hope you can all do me a favor. Thank you and good luck with the rest of the Fantasy Season."
GM -A is claiming that he didn't know the DL assignment had happened until after his offer was approved. Hunter went on the DL on the 23rd, his trade was pending during breakfast on the 24th. The league has vetoed the trade, which was a shock. Am I being mean by considering forcing this trade? It is unfair to the rest of the league to see responsibility and accountability be excused in this way . Especially since I've received emails from two GMs who disagree with the veto.
Damn you, Randy Johnson.
Standard, 5 x 5, Mixed League
Cats = 1 Point
R, HR, RBI, SB, OPS
W, SV, K, ERA, WHIP
24 Players, 1 DL slot, 6 Player Bench
C, 1B, 2B, 3B, SS, OF, OF, OF, Util
SP, SP, RP, RP, P, P, P