If you're going to burn every bridge, you might as well soak them in lighter fluid and fire a flamethrower at them to make sure every last bit turns to ash, right? The full lawsuit filed by Alex Rodriguez's lawyers yesterday is available to the public and it doesn't pull any punches. My favorite passage might be this one about the MLBPA:
" MLBPA determined early on that it did not want to "take on" MLB over the alleged use of PES by Mr. Rodriguez and, instead, would "save its fire" for other issues where it would be across the table from MLB. As a result, it engaged in numerous acts that were arbitrary, capricious and taken in bad faith, each of which constitutes a breach of MLBPA's duty of fair representation, and each of which had undermined the entire Grievance process to Mr. Rodriguez's detriment."
Arbitrary, capricious, and in taken in bad faith? That's dynamite stuff. Jackie Chiles couldn't have said it better himself.