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SumG wrote:I have no problems with the vetoes that were made in your league. Those are two very lopsided deals (though the fact it is a keeper league makes it a little better than a redraft league). The fact remains that one team is getting talent from the top 3 rounds of the draft for guys taken after 10th (in some cases well later).
I think the bigger issue may be that some of the people in your league are willing to accept those kind of trade offers to begin with. If managers are willing to make that bad of a deal, maybe you should find a more competitive league. It'll be no fun for you playing in a league like that, as winning will be a shallow victory, and it won't be fun for them, cause no one likes getting their ass handed to them and they won't become any better.
MrDaveyHavoc wrote:Why should vetoes be used to legislate stupidity? Let people handle their rosters the way they want to.
Let's say you lined up a trade, Ramon Castro for Matt Wieters. What if your league vetoed it because "Castro is an established vet with playing time and Wieters has never taken an AB in the majors" so the Castro side is giving up too much? Vetoes should be used in cases of clear collusion or player dumping from last place teams who just dont care anymore.
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