MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 5, 2004

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  • Nowak, Convey Explain Differences (Washington Post)
  • Baker burns for role: Lack of playing time frustrates Irish import (Boston Herald)
  • Quakes' Plan B: Santa Clara home (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Rapids angry for spoiling "gift" (Denver Post)
  • Burn starting off hot to trot (USA Today)
  • Added Time: No-tie proposal will draw bad results (Dallas Morning News)
  • Crew marvels at English club's bid for season without loss (Columbus Dispatch)
  • More Blatter blather from FIFA president (Dallas Morning News)
  • Three more MLS SuperDraft selections sign with Fire (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • MLS notebook: Adu makes first start (Dallas Morning News)
  • Mexican club may start new MLS team here (Chicago Tribune)
  • MLB teams ups with MLS (SportsBusiness.com)
  • Hendrickson signs with Charleston (USSoccerUK.com)
  • Soldier Field hosting Cinco de Mayo Cup (Chicago Daily Southtown)
  • Exhibition pits Haiti, El Salvador (Houston Chronicle)

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