Turned the trade sliders down and top prospects are still being traded.

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Just before turning the over to April, I turned down the trade sliders to like 2 ticket from the bottom and guys are still being traded like crazy! I'm getting super annoyed with this!

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Why? It's a part of baseball. While some trades don't make sense (the Twins' Wander Javier was traded for a rated 52 [C potential] 1B in my RTTS), trades do happen IRL that don't seem to make sense as well.

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@NLGembe said in Turned the trade sliders down and top prospects are still being traded.:

Just before turning the over to April, I turned down the trade sliders to like 2 ticket from the bottom and guys are still being traded like crazy! I'm getting super annoyed with this!

I never let this game do my trades, the logic of trades in this game blows. So I do my own trades.

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Yes. Trades don't make sense -sometimes-.

In my first RTTS year in MLB 21, though, in -3- months, the following prospects were traded: Jeter Downs, Bobby Dalbec, Jasson Dominguez, and those are just the ones I recognize. Then there's the newly-signed free agents being traded (Kyle Schwarber and others), and the Yankees trading away both of their left fielders in a 2 week period which leads them to trading -for- Schwarber, and then young players getting traded away cheaply (Lourdes Gurriel Jr)

The trading AI is -bad-.

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Yeah. The AI GM has no logic and it’s been like that for years. One year I played, the Yankees traded Jason Dominguez to the Red Sox. The trades in general are just way too much. This use to be my biggest problem with RTTS, now it’s on a long list.

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I turn off trade sliders until after the mlb draft. Then teams start making trades more based off how well the team is doing. Good teams trade prospects for proven players. Bad teams trade good players for prospects. It makes it a little more realistic even if some of the trades are still bad and don’t make sense