I guess i will weigh in, but i think (hope?) it won't really move the needle much on the topic.
As a whole, I don't care if any athlete (or even anyone) cheats on their significant other. I have known/suspected friends of doing that before, but it's not my business. I don't like it, but I don't know what is going on with their relationship. Hell, I don't believe I've ever "cheated" on anyone I was with because it was always while we were "on a break" (i.e., not together - *insert Friends reference*) but there is some grey area there I'm sure. Anyway, I just kind of assume it's a pretty typical thing with athletes and famous people in general. Again, you can certainly judge and that is fine, but I try not to insert my feelings when I don't have any clue what is going on in his/her relationship.
The DV is, of course, a completely different story. I hope it's not true but I will be judging him on that in the interim and I doubt we will ever know the truth and so maybe I'll never look at him the same again. That sucks if it is all untrue, but it is what it is. But if it came out tomorrow that Zobrist cheated on his wife it wouldn't make me like him - as a baseball player - any less. For all I know their significant other could have been sleeping around during the whole time. In short, I just don't care about other people's love lives. Let them figure it out. If it's someone close to you and you know the situation and they are being hurt then that is one thing. But, if it's from a typical "outsider" point of view I just look the other way. I have too much horsefeathers going on in my own life to care about some random person's love life.