Albert Pujols' defamation suit against former Cardinals slugger Jack Clark just went from water-cooler talk to talk-show punchline material.
That's what happens when an attorney crafts a letter to another attorney calling Viagra a performance-enhancer, giving a shout-out to Simon and Garfunkel, conjuring the ghost of Jack LaLanne to properly define "juicing," and calling details in the suit "kitty litter."
The bizarre letter, dated Monday and written by Clark attorney Albert S. Watkins to Pujols attorney Martin D. Singer, ultimately called for Clark and Pujols to settle the dispute with polygraph tests , the liar then publicly apologizing. But on Tuesday, Singer dismissed the idea of polygraphs and said Pujols would be willing to testify "under oath, under penalty of perjury" in his defamation lawsuit against Jack Clark, the Orange County (Calif.) Register reported.
You can read the full letter here .
According to the Register, Singer said in a statement to the paper that the of...