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New York, NY (Sports Network) - Philadelphia Union midfielder Freddy Adu and Sporting Kansas City forward Omar Bravo are among the players left unprotected for Wednesdays Major League Soccer Expansion Draft. Click on to TSN.cas Live Blog at 3pm et/Noon pt for instant analysis from TSNs Noel Butler and Luke Wileman. Adu, a one-time U.S. prodigy who debuted MLS in 2004 when he was 14, returned to MLS this season after an unsuccessful European stint and played 14 games in 2011 for the Union. He had two goals and assist. Mexican international Bravo had nine goals and three assists in 27 matches for Sporting KC, which won the Eastern Conference regular season championship and advanced to the conference final in the playoffs. The Montreal Impact join MLS in 2012, and will be able to select 10 players in the draft, which will be held at 3 p.m. (ET) Wednesday. Each MLS team had the opportunity to protect 11 players. Generation adidas players (who did not graduate at the end of the 2011 season) and Homegrown players are automatically protected and do not count against a teams 11 protected roster spots. No team can lose more than one player in the draft. Bravo is not the only designated player left unprotected, as Sporting KC also left Jeferson available, and Vancouver Whitecaps FCs Mustapha Jarju, Toronto FCs Julian de Guzman, New Englands Revolutions Milton Caraglio, New Yorks Frank Rost, D.C. Uniteds Branko Boskovic and Columbus Crews Andres Mendoza are also available. Columbus forward Jeff Cunningham, the all-time leading scorer in MLS history, and Houston Dynamo forward Brian Ching were other notables left unprotected. Following is a complete list of available players for the expansion draft: Chicago Fire: Michael Banner, Diego Chaves, Jon Conway, Yamith Cuesta, Alec Dufty, Gabriel Ferrari, Dan Gargan, Baggio Husidic, Steven Kinney, Josip Mikulic, Cristian Nazarit, Daniel Paladini, Pari Pantazapoulos, Mike Videira, Kwame Watson-Siriboe. Chivas USA: Sergio Arias, Andrew Boyens, Chukwudi Chijindu, Chris Cortez, Laurent Courtois, Simon Elliot, Victor Estupinan, Blair Gavin, Ante Jazic, David Junior Lopes, Michael Lahoud, Gerson Mayen, Marcos Mondaini, Zach Thornton, Mariano Trujillo, Zarek Valentin. Colorado Rapids: Eddie Ababio, Andre Akpan, Quincy Amarikwa, Steward Ceus, Miguel Comminges, Stephen Emory, Caleb Folan, Mike Holody, Ian Joyce, Macoumba Kandji, Kosuke Kimura, Ross LaBeaux, Tyrone Marshall, Sanna Nyassi, Scott Palguta, Wells Thompson, Anthony Wallace. Columbus Crew: Kevin Burns, Jeff Cunningham, Emmanuel Ekpo, Shaun Francis, Josh Gardner, Eric Gehrig, Cole Grossman, Andy Gruenebaum, Tommy Heinemann, Andres Mendoza, Justin Meram, Danny ORourke, John Owoeri, Santiago Prim, Alex Riggs, Dejan Rusmir, Ben Sippola, Corey Veeder, Joshua Williams. FC Dallas: Daniel Cruz, Maicon dos Santos, Edson Edward, Maykel Galindo, Bruno Guarda, Jeremy Hall, Daniel Hernandez, Josh Lambo, Chris Seitz, Jack Stewart, Ricardo Villar, Bobby Warshaw. D.C. United: Brandon Barklage, Branko Boskovic, Blake Brettschneider, Marc Burch, Steve Cronin, Austin Da Luz, Stephen King, Devon McTavish, Kurt Morsink, Joseph Ngwenya, Santino Quaranta, Jed Zayner. Houston Dynamo: Brian Ching, Carlo Costly, Daniel Cruz, Hunter Freeman, Jason Garey, Evan Newton, Eddie Robinson, JeVaughn Watson, Cam Weaver. LA Galaxy: Sean Alvarado, Chad Barrett, Chris Birchall, Paolo Cardozo, Adam Cristman, Leonardo Da Silva, Frankie Hejduk, Hector Jimenez, Bryan Jordan, Daniel Keat, Miguel Lopez, Dustin McCarty, Brian Perk, Dasan Robinson, Michael Stephens, Ryan Thomas. New England Revolution: Darrius Barnes, Zak Boggs, Milton Joel Caraglio, Ryan Cochrane, Franco Coria, Mkhokheli Dube, Ryan Guy, Ryan Kinne, Alan Koger, Otto Loewy, Abdoulie Mansally, Tim Murray, Pat Phelan, Zack Schilawski, Andrew Sousa. New York Red Bulls: Chris Albright, Stephane Auvray, Mehdi Ballouchy, Bouna Coundoul, Alex Horwath, Mychel Jones, Tyler Lassiter, Carlos Mendes, Brian Nielsen, Marcos Paullo, Carl Robinson, John Rooney, Frank Rost, Teddy Schneider, Greg Sutton. Philadelphia Union: Freddy Adu, Juan Diego Gonzalez, Chase Harrison, Hasley Thorne Holder, Levi Houapeu, Morgan Langley, Justin Mapp, Stefani Miglioranzi, Kyle Nakazawa, Veljko Paunovic, Ryan Richter, Joe Tait. Portland Timbers: Eric Alexander, Freddie Braun, Adin Brown, Michael Chabala, Bright Dike, Jake Gleeson, Kevin Goldthwaite, Eddie William Johnson, Rodrigo Lopez, Peter Lowry, James Marcelin, Ryan Pore, Steve Purdy, Chris Taylor, Spencer Thompson, Brian Umony, Sal Zizzo. Real Salt Lake: Chris Agorsor, Jean Alexandre, Arturo Alvarez, Yordany Alvarez, Paulo Jr. Araujo, Cody Arnoux, Nelson Gonzalez, Ned Grabavoy, Rauwshan McKenzie, Timothy Melia, Kyle Reynish, Robbie Russell, Blake Wagner, Collen Warner, Andy Williams. San Jose Earthquakes: Anthony Ampaipitakwong, Nana Attakora-Gyan, Bobby Burling, Bobby Convey, Ramiro Corrales, Joseph Gjertsen, Maxwell Griffin, Chris Leitch, Matt Luzunaris, Ellis McLoughlin, Jacob Peterson, Brad Ring, Scott Sealy, Tim Ward, Andrew Weber. Seattle Sounders FC: Terry Boss, Servando Carrasco, David Estrada, Josh Ford, Michael Fucito, Leonardo Gonzalez, Taylor Graham, Patrick Ianni, Nate Jaqua, Roger Levesque, Bryan Meredith, Miguel Montano, Pat Noonan, James Riley, Amadou Sanyang, Zacharias Scott, Michael Seamon, Tyson Wahl, OBrian White. Sporting Kansas City: Olukorede Aiyegbusi, Omar Bravo, Daneil Cyrus, Ibrahim Diop, Jeferson, Michael Harrington, Eric Kronberg, Scott Lorenz, Lawrence Olum, Joseph Peterson, Craig Rocastle, Soony Saad, Luke Sassano, Seth Sinovic, Milos Stojcev, Shavar Thomas, Konrad Warzycha. Toronto FC: Danleigh Borman, Elbekay Bouchiba, Adrian Cann, Kyle Davies, Julian de Guzman, Matt Gold, Leandre Griffit, Peri Marosevic, Javier Martina, Demitrius Omphroy, Nick Soolsma, Nathan Sturgis, Eddy Viator, Dicoy Williams, Mikael Yourasskowsky, Gianluca Zavarise. Vancouver Whitecaps FC: Michael Boxall, Jeb Brovsky, Joe Cannon, Bilal Duckett, Greg Janicki, Mustapha Jarju, Jonathan Leathers, Alexandre Morfaw, Jay Nolly, John Thorrington, Pete Vagenas. Dennis Rasmussen Jersey. Lauzon rushed for 42 yards on 15 carries for the Vert et Or (2-3) while quarterback Jeremi Roch completed 19-of-32 passes for 251 yards and one interception. Alexandre Aube scored the other touchdown for Sherbrooke. Tony Twist Jersey.C. -- Duke sophomore Rodney Hood is entering the NBA draft. http://www.pronhlonline.com/Dallas-Stars-Mike-Modano-Jersey/.com) - Ben Lovejoy tallied a goal and an assist as the Anaheim Ducks cruised into the All-Star break with a 6-3 victory against the Calgary Flames. Ryan Suter Jersey. Only it wasnt the extended right pad of his old teammate Jonathan Bernier early in the final frame, it was James Reimer, who stole a night that was supposed to belong to the former King. Cody Eakin Jersey. Alen, 28, hit .315 with five home runs, 59 RBI and a career-high nine stolen bases for the Goldeyes last season. He is the longest serving catcher in Goldeyes history, having already spent five seasons with the organization. SEATTLE -- Chris Davis hit a leadoff homer in the 10th inning, Nelson Cruz also went deep and the Baltimore Orioles overcame a record-tying start by Felix Hernandez in a 2-1 victory Friday night over the Seattle Mariners. Hernandez struck out 10 in seven innings and left with the score tied 1-all. It was his 13th consecutive start with at least seven innings and no more than two runs allowed, matching Tom Seavers major league mark set for the New York Mets in 1971. Chief Bender held the previous AL record of 12 in a row established in 1907. Kendrys Morales had a sacrifice fly in his first game back with the Mariners, who have lost four straight and are 2-6 since the All-Star break. Left fielder Steve Pearce threw out a runner at the plate for Baltimore, which remained three games in front of the second-place New York Yankees in the AL East. Davis sent a 1-2 pitch from Charlie Furbush (1-5) into the right-field seats for his 17th home run. Cruz connected off Hernandez in the second for his 29th of the season, keeping him one behind Chicago White Sox rookie Jose Abreu for the big league lead. Abreu hit No. 30 on Friday night in a victory over Minnesota. Darren ODay (3-1) worked the ninth and Zach Britton earned his 19th save in 22 opportunities. Baltimore won an instant replay review for the final out. Hernandez gave up five hits and walked none. He is 7-1 with a 1.36 ERA, 113 strikeouts and 17 walks during his last 13 starts. The Mariners had a series of chances, but Orioles starter Kevin Gausman consistently threw the right pitch to work out of most trouble. Seattle advanced a runner to third with two outs in the first, third and fourth. Endy Chavez was pinned there in the first inning when Kyle Seager struck out. Brad Miller reached third in the third, but Robinson Cano bounced out to first. Seager was stranded in the fourth when Logan Morrison struck oout.dddddddddddd Then in the fifth, it appeared the Mariners had something going after Millers one-out walk. Chavez grounded a ball through the right side, with Miller racing to third. However, the umpires ruled immediately that the ball ticked off Millers shoe. He was ruled out and Chavez was credited with a single. Chavez stole second and James Jones lined a single to left. Chavez tried to score, but was thrown out easily by Pearce. Seattle finally broke through in the sixth. Cano opened with a triple into the right-field corner. Morales, in his first game since Thursdays trade with Minnesota, lifted a sacrifice fly to right. Cano made a nifty, left-handed sweep of the plate to avoid the tag. Cruzs first-pitch solo shot in the second curled into the left-field corner, clearing the wall by not much more than a yard as Hernandez flashed an incredulous look. Hernandez had been among the toughest pitchers to take deep. He had allowed five home runs this season, just two in his previous 16 starts. The Orioles have 125 home runs, matching Toronto for most in the majors. NOTES: Orioles RHP Ubaldo Jimenez, on the disabled list with a sprained right ankle, threw a 44-pitch simulated game Friday afternoon. "If he feels well (Saturday) we have a schedule for him to go out and pitch once, maybe twice" manager Buck Showalter said. "Hes going to have to get some innings." . Baltimore 3B Manny Machado missed his fourth straight game with a sore back but is close to returning. Showalter said Machado was available Friday and expects to start him this weekend. . With the addition of Morales, the Mariners sent DH Jesus Montero back to Triple-A Tacoma. Montero was with the big club for just one game. . Hernandez surpassed 1,000 innings at Safeco Field. Among active pitchers, only Mark Buehrle (now with Toronto) has more innings pitched at one venue -- 1,306 2-3 at U.S. Cellular Field. Wholesale Jerseys ' ' '
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