Nomar4prez wrote:I actually like to think of fantasy trades as real MLB trades. Thus, if you conceal an injury, then I think your being unfair.
The difference between a real trade and a fantasy trade that conceals an injury is that in a real trade often the only party that knows of the injury is the team trying to trade. It's insider knowledge, and often no matter how much research another team does, it may not find out.
In fantasy, unless an owner has inside connections with a team, everyone has access to knowledge of an injury, or no one does. You're not concealing an injury if someone could spend 5 minutes on rototimes or rotodaily to find out about an injury. Playing upon people's ignorance is part of fantasy sports.
Equating fantasy trades and MLB trades is misguided and unsound.