MLS Newsstand – Wednesday, May 19, 2004

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  • Injuries force change in LA's lineup (Press-Enterprise)
  • Injuries Hit United at a Bad Time (Washington Post)
  • Injuries force United to make lineup changes (Washington Times)
  • Banged-up Galaxy hits road to play United (Pasadena Star-News)
  • Degree of difficulty (Rocky Mountain News)
  • Ruiz to miss next 2 games (Orange County Register)
  • Freddy Adu Measures Success in Small Doses (Associated Press)
  • Galaxy Tonight (Los Angeles Times)
  • Frazzling friendly: Injuries mar Revs' Sporting opportunity (Boston Herald)
  • Sporting stop at Gillette to face the Revs (South Coast Standard-Times)
  • Rapids aim to raise bar on home streak (Denver Post)
  • Rookie's debut gets good review (San Jose Mercury News)
  • Added Time: Queiroz isn't the Real deal (Dallas Morning News)
  • Galaxy's Ruiz to miss two games (Associated Press)
  • South Bay Supes OK Fairgrounds Project (Bay City News)
  • Americans take flight overseas (Dallas Morning News)
  • Johnson scores in 2-1 loss (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
  • Conrad's Corner - MLS road trip offers chance for free entertainment (
  • MLS notebook: LA scoring whiz Ruiz out with ankle sprain (Dallas Morning News)
  • Cleveland loses its MLS benefactor in Wolstein (Columbus Dispatch)
  • The Glenn Davis Column: Pablo (
  • LA to meet United without Ruiz (
  • Chivas owner dealing with Chicago (
  • Cochrane makes short work of first start (
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