Dos Santos was joined on the list by a slew of star athletes and sports business executives, a group including Houston Astros star Jose Altuve, New Orleans Pelicans forward Anthony Davis, Chicago Cubs first basemen Anthony Rizzo and dos Santos' compatriot, champion boxer Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
Signed to a Designated Player deal by LA midway through the 2015 season, dos Santos has 23 goals and 20 assists in 63 career regular season appearances with the Galaxy. The former Barcelona, Tottenham and Villarreal attacker endured a disappointing year on the club level in 2017, registering just six goals and three assists in 25 appearances as the Galaxy finished with their worst-ever record.
Dos Santos, whose younger brother Jonathan joined him in LA this summer on a DP deal, picked up a slight injury in Mexico’s 3-3 draw at Belgium last week and was held out of El Tri’s 1-0 win at Poland on Monday. He has 18 goals in 102 career caps with Mexico’s senior team, and helped the country to the gold medal at the 2012 Olympics.