WOTC has printed cards in recent sets that literally don't work in EDH and said YOLO, Whatever,
wotc struggles to go a year without a standard-legal card needing day 0 errata because they forgot to put the word 'other' or 'may' on the printed card, or printed a card that makes 'angel tokens' without specifying that the tokens are creatures. This is a QC problem more than a design philosophy.
I have no issue with them preemptivley banning cards there and I doubt they do either.
Lutri shows us that wotc is willing to print cards that need a preemptive commander ban so the card can exist for other formats; I do not believe that vintage is a format wotc would do this for. Even lutri was a special case, really. wotc definitely isn't going to print 'swap meet of sadr' as a pseudo-bazaar and then ban the card they just printed intentionally (though decent chance that if they do so they judge the power level wrong and it gets the hammer in legacy/modern).
How many of the still legal money cards see play in EDH to an extent that matters anyway? Cradle and Wheel of Fortune are honestly the only ones that seems truly problematic to me.
cradle and wheel are good examples of RL edh cards below the 'I'm playing timetwister/tabernacle/workshop/bazaar' level, but the format is full of them: mox diamond, LED, intuition, gilded drake, survival of the fittest, copy artifact, power artifact, transmute artifact...
oh, and ABUR duals.
let's just look at duals.
wotc has a few options, just looking at edh as the format they care about (second order effects on vintage from each option should be obvious):
A : don't try to cheat the reserve list, just keep printing various mana fixing, including things like non-fetchable duals that enter untapped in multiplayer formats. this is what they're currently doing.
B : cheat the list, print your legendary snow duals or whatever, ban real duals in edh. edh/legacy/ (some) vintage demand exists aplenty for your new cards, people who own the old cards get pretty mad (especially if they are edh-primary and not legacy/vintage players first)
C : cheat the list, print legendary snow duals, but then ban them in edh. This makes legacy/vintage more affordable but is a horrible idea because it's just a middle finger to the much larger commander customer base.
D : cheat the list, leave both existing and new cards legal. edh, legacy, and vintage all get cheaper. it's not possible to play 8 copies of whatever instead of 4, or 2 instead of 1, depending.
D would be fine wrt duals, give or take reserve list concerns, when it comes to gameplay, mostly because fetches exist; people trying to play optimized 3-5 color edh get to replace shocks with extra duals but that's a minor thing. Gaea's cradle, LED, mox diamond having 'replacement' cards available just means that the optimal list now runs both versions, probably; this is at least the case with stuff like Wheel of Misfortune.
Overall I think directed actions at legacy/vintage are going to continue to be printing stuff like Collector Ouphe rather than stuff that has outsized effects on more mainstream formats (edh or modern, depending on the card).
I truly believe that if you restricted Bazaar not only would dredge still be a fine deck, it would be a perfectly viable one that only required a single 4 figure card which is much more reasonable.
as a dredge player, i'm pretty sure restricting bazaar makes dredge have to play colored mana sources and spells, at which point sapphire/lotus/ancestral make the deck far more expensive.