When the first trade is completed, the system is smart enough to cancel any other non-completed trades involving any of the players in the trade proposal. For example, Trade A contains Mike Greenwell and is accepted at 4:00 PM. Trade B also contains Mike Greenwell and is accepted at 5:30 PM. Both trades are accepted. When the trades are processed, Trade A is processed first because it was accepted prior to Trade B. As a result, Trade B is automatically cancelled because it contains a player that was involved in Trade A.
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- Why can't I trade my rookie player?
- I have a player who I'm looking to trade. I received a proposal, and it shows that he "Can Reject Trade", but when I look at his contract he doesn't have a no trade clause. Why can he reject the trade?
- What happens if I have more than one trade involving the same player?
- I have a trade involving a player who is injured/on the DL. Will the trade still go through, or will it be nullified because the player is injured?
- I just accepted a trade and the other owner placed a player involved on the Waiver Wire. Will the trade still go through?
- When is a player eligible to be traded?