For about a week, life imitates fantasy baseball.
When MLB general managers are dealing with real players, real dollars and real sense, there's a world at stake when trading a player. That's not so much the case with fantasy, where big risks often yield the biggest rewards and where you never have to personally break the news to your outgoing shortstop.
But in the days leading up to the trade deadline, actual GMs do their best to emulate fantasy's frantic "buy low/sell high" market and those moves could inevitably alter your team's roster. So how did this season's real-world deadline decisions alter the fantasy landscape?