That trade is horrible and here are all the reasons why:
1) Arod will be on the DL until probably the playoffs (which, depending on the league, may not even count)
2) Storen is not even being considered to close anytime soon and has been used minimally even for HLDs.
3) Capuano has been struggling lately (lost 4 of last 5 starts and posted 5.90 ERA in that span) and based on his history the past couple years, may continue to do so down the stretch.
4) Oswalt has been so horrible that he is not even on the starting roster for Texas as of today. They just moved him to the bullpen.
I am usually very cautios of veto's, however, I would veto the heck out of that trade. Either the owner getting the bad side of it is completely clueless about current events or has given up on his team and is cleaning house to the benefit of the other manager (which could be considered borderline collusion).
Horrible. Just the fact that Justin Verlander is in there makes it completely unfair because there's only a handful of players that can actually be considerered when dealing for Verlander and they would probably be Braun, Trout (based on pure talent and potential), Miguel Cabrera, and possibly Cano and CarGo with a few other names mixed in. And that's not mentioning pitchers because I assume if your trading for Verlander your not trading an ace for an ace and if you were, there's only Jered Weaver.
Depending on the reasons for seemingly unfair trades, I know in my league I let certain trades slide, even if it's just that the manager was stupid enough to do the deal, but that one I wouldn't let get past a few minutes of being accepted before I vetoed it. Just too far into one direction.