Evelyn Lozada Reveals Her Baby Daddy — Which Sports Star It Is?

Maybe the spinoff series could be called "Baseball Wives"?

Evelyn Lozada, the 6-months pregnant star of VH1's "Basketball Wives," has finally revealed who the father of her baby is.

In an interview airing Monday, Dec. 9, Lozada exclusively reveals to "omg! Insider's" Nina Parker that Los Angeles Dodgers superstar Carl Crawford, 32, is the father of her unborn child.

She goes on to divulge that she is in love and would like to take the plunge again someday. "I definitely would get married again," she says. "I still believe in love … I'm not one of those people that's like 'we need to get engaged, we need to get married.' No, absolutely not. I feel like that's going to come, just like with the baby, let it come. I'm not forcing anything, so if it happens, it happens."

Lozada, who has a college-aged daughter, Shaneice Hairston, from a previous relationship, would also consider doing a reality show about her new life if the opportunity presented itself.

"You know, reality TV, even though there's a lot of negativity, it's been more positive for me," she shares. "I was able to do a lot of things because of the show, so I'm not one of those people that just bashes it when it's done ... I was able to put my daughter through college because of it, I've been very blessed because of it. So if I was given a spinoff I think I would do it because you're more in control of the show, you're an executive producer. You really get to see everything that's going on. So, you know, if it made sense for me and my family, I probably would."

Lozada was married briefly to NFL star Chad Johnson. And although their relationship ended over an August 2012 domestic violence incident, he told TMZ Sports earlier this week that he wishes nothing but the best for his ex-wife — in fact, he's already got a special gift picked out for her baby.

"[I'm] super happy for her," he said. "I will always love her and wish her nothing but the best. I have unisex Louboutin infant spikes ready as my gift."