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Robbie Rogers and the Galaxy win the MLS Cup

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Robbie Rogers #14 of Los Angeles Galaxy looks on prior to the start of the game against the Seattle Sounders FC at The Home Depot Center on May 26, 2013 in Carson, California.
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Robbie Rogers #14 of Los Angeles Galaxy looks on prior to the start of the game against the Seattle Sounders FC at The Home Depot Center on May 26, 2013 in Carson, California.

Robbie Roger, defender for the LA Galaxy, this weekend became the first openly gay man to be part of championship team in North American professional sports.

History was made yesterday, on several levels, as the Los Angeles Galaxy beat the New England Revolution to win the Major League Soccer Cup.

The Galaxy is the first team to win 5 MLS titles and for winger Robbie Rogers, he becomes the first openly gay man to be part of championship team in North American professional sports.

 

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