"The MLBPA knew, or should have known, that such actions have caused and will continue to cause severe and agency-killing harm to the Rimas Companies," the complaint read. "In fact, the intended effect of the MLBPA's actions was precisely to eliminate the Rimas Companies from participating altogether in the sports agency market for MLB and MiLB players."

ESPN explained the issue in the event you weren't aware.

"On April 10, the MLBPA decertified Rimas agent William Arroyo and prevented Rimas executives Noah Assad and Jonathan Miranda from seeking certification after accusing the agency of providing improper benefits to players" the outlet wrote. "Additionally, Rimas' other MLBPA-certified agent, Michael Velasquez, was threatened with decertification and quit the company, according to the lawsuit."