NEW YORK -- Roberto Alomar and his ex-girlfriend have apparently settled her lawsuit claiming he made her have unprotected sex even though he had AIDS.
Ilya Dall had sued Alomar in Brooklyn federal court in February for $15 million. Her allegations that he demanded sex without a condom despite showing signs of HIV were never corroborated.
An order from a judge on Tuesday said a settlement was reached. Alomar's attorney, Charles Bach, said Dall voluntarily withdrew the suit, but wouldn't say if his client paid Dall any money. Her lawyer had no comment.
Alomar spent 17 years with seven teams in Major League Baseball and is regarded as one of the game's great second basemen. He has said that he is "in very good health."