In early 2009, former Mets second basemen Roberto Alomar was sued by an ex-girlfriend for having unprotected sex with her and not telling her that he had "full-blown AIDS." At the time, his then-girlfriend defended him staunchly, and denied that Alomar had AIDS. Now, that same girlfriend is Alomar's soon-to-be ex-wife, and she is suing him for the same charges as the other lawsuit: "intentionally, with corrupt intent, [concealing] from [her] his physical condition" in order to get her to have unprotected sex with him.

Maria Del Pilar "Maripily" Rivera Alomar, 33, who has been called Puerto Rico's equivalent to Paris Hilton, is divorcing Alomar in Florida court. She said that Alomar, 44, "knew prior to his first sexual contact with [her] that he was HIV-positive," but he not only didn't tell Rivera about his condition— he outright lied to her, assuring her "he had been tested for sexually transmitted diseases and the tests were negative," according to the Post. It is the same charge that ex-girlfriend Ilya Dall accused Alomar of last year (that case was settled in May).

YahooSports wonders whether these lawsuits may hurt Alomar's chances of getting into Cooperstown; he barely missed entering last year, in his first eligible year. Alomar has denied having AIDS since the accusations first came out.