I don't think trades should be vetoed unless collusion is involved but our commissioner doesn't feel the same way and he is deciding on a veto that will affect a prior trade of mine.
Before the season started, I traded away Plax for Chris Brown. I definitely won the trade but Plax was 1 year removed from 1300 yard season and Brown was relatively unproven so it wasn't too bad a deal especially because the season hadn't started.
A trade went down today of Aaron Brooks for Aaron Stecker which the commish is threatening to veto (TERRIBLE trade, but stupidity is all that was involved). The teams involved are saying that if my trade went through that their's should, so he is thinking about retroactively vetoing my trade.
1) I can't see how a retroactive veto is anything but shady as hell.
2) I don't think the trades are in the same ballpark of lopsided.
Please help with the defense of my trade