MLS Newsstand – Saturday, July 17, 2004

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  • There's not much chance this opponent gets booed (San Jose Mercury News)
  • San Jose banking on 2nd-half run (San Francisco Chronicle)
  • Rapids eager to end drought (Rocky Mountain News)
  • D.C. United Is Hurting (Washington Post)
  • Ruiz Is Effective, if Not Theatrical (Los Angeles Times)
  • Galaxy's Ruiz tests United defense (Washington Times)
  • More changes await as Galaxy continue road swing (Daily Breeze)
  • Struggling Fire seeking a win (Daily Herald)
  • M-Stars coach seeks milestone (New York Post)
  • Clifton's Szetela signs with MLS (Star-Ledger)
  • Baker puts accent on starting (Boston Globe)
  • Conference foe gives Crew extra incentive (Columbus Dispatch)
  • Red card costly for Twellman, Revs (Boston Herald)
  • Another Burning issue (Kansas City Star)
  • Burn midseason report: Defense is team's strength (Dallas Morning News)
  • Burn is playing for more than a victory (Star-Telegram)
  • Wizards (8-4-4) at Dallas Burn (5-5-5) (Kansas City Star)
  • Position by position: Rating the Burn (Dallas Morning News)
  • Money's right, MLS adds Utah (Atlanta Journal Constitution)
  • Copa America a great show (Press-Enterprise)
  • Ten MLS midseason surprises (Fox Sports World)