Following his wife Cynthia's divorce filing, Alex Rodriguez has finally filed his own papers in Florida today. The New York Yankees star agrees that his marriage is "irretrievably broken" but doesn't want any accusations that he had affairs on the court record. Cynthia claimed her husband "emotionally abandoned his wife and children and had "extramarital affairs and other marital misconduct." A-Rod says that these claims are "immaterial and impertinent and should be stricken." The highest-paid player with a $275 million contract also states that the original prenuptial agreement he had with Cynthia should stand. Cynthia seeks alimony and child support, along with their $12 million estate and "equitable distribution" of all assets. A-Rod says he'll pay "reasonable and bona fide expenses" along with a joint custody arrangement for their daughters, Natasha, 3, and Ella, 3 months.