In the middle of the championship game, play was stopped on multiple
occasions because another team that D2 had beaten in an earlier game
protested that D2 was in violation of an NAGAAA rule permitting no more
than "two heterosexual players" to play on a World Series team.
Following the contest -- which D2 lost -- the plaintiffs claim they were ordered to gay softball's version of the Court of Star Chamber and made to answer prying questions about their sexuality. Players' claims of bisexuality were met with the comeback "This is the Gay World Series, not the Bisexual World Series," according to the suit. In the end, the players were deemed "non-gay," and D2 was stripped of its silver medal.
To add racism to the hefty dollop of sexism, the suit charges that a black player was deemed "non-gay" even though he gave identical answers to a white player deemed "gay."
The trio of ballplayers -- represented, incidentally, by San Francisco's National Center for Lesbian Rights -- all demand in excess of $75,000 in damages.
Insert your own vile puns about "taking your balls and going home," "the squeeze play," or "homo-runs" here.