What do you think about in-season trading?

Answers:3   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-09-03 15:59:02  

freak on a leash
Asked at 2012-07-13 13:09:02
I personally think it should be like the old days, where trades were just before and after seasons.
I don't really like the idea of changing the face of a team right in the middle of a season.
No, I am not sore about losing anyone. In fact, my team has benefitted from this system.
I just don't like the whole idea.
I was wondering what everyone else thought about it!
Thanks in advance !!
Answer1Thanks to all Jiskha TeachersAnswered at 2012-08-17 06:05:32
I think it adds an interesting dynamic for the season. With players coming and going through the season teams tend to take different sides as the season progresses . As an example , I'll take the Blue Jays. Early in the year that they had a lead of batter. I think the main day of the opening batsman was * facepalm * Jose Bautista . As the season moved along the Blue Jays collection Fred Lewis, Giants' advantage to become a reliable outside hitter and Escobar added on top of the line to change the team dynamics. What I am saying is that it's a long season and watching the players come and go is much more interesting than having a stagnation line for 162 games.
Answer2SIMPLIFY:Answered at 2012-08-30 05:50:14
I think it's a good idea because it helps teams to pick up their equipment and make transitions in a direction that is needed. I think if things were kept in the offseason then a lot of players can not have the same type of values.
Answer3fatmaAnswered at 2012-09-03 15:59:02
I like it, and promote it. Teams like Arizona can move at their best pitchers to best teams in exchange for prospects . ( Arizona lost trade with the Angels but whatever) . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Basically the teams are out of the running play can download their best players for a brighter future .
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