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Colorado-San Jose Report Card
by Ridge Mahoney, November 13th, 2010 11:58PM

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[MLS] The Colorado Rapids advanced to MLS Cup for the first time since 1997 with a deserved 1-0 win over the San Jose Earthquakes Saturday night on Kosuke Kimura's goal in the Eastern Conference final before 17,779 fans at Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo. For the Colorado and San Jose player ratings ...

Colorado Rapids
Starters:
Rating/Player (Country) Age

5 Matt Pickens (USA) 28
7 Kosuke Kimura (Japan) 26
5 Marvell Wynne (USA) 24
6 Drew Moor (USA) 26
5 Anthony Wallace (USA) 21
6 Wells Thompson (USA)
7 Jeff Larentowicz (USA) 27
6 Pablo Mastroeni (USA) 34
6 Brian Mullan (USA) 32
4 Conor Casey (USA) 29
6 Omar Cummings (Jamaica) 28
Subs:
5 Julien Baudet (France) 31
NR Quincy Amarikwa (USA) 23

San Jose Earthquakes
Starters:
Rating/Player (Country) Age
7 Jon Busch (USA)

5 Chris Leitch (USA) 31
5 Jason Hernandez (USA) 27
5 Brandon McDonald (USA) 24
4 Tim Ward (USA) 23
4 Chris Wondolowski (USA) 27
6 Sam Cronin (USA) 23
4 Scott Sealy (Trinidad & Tobago) 29
5 Bobby Convey (USA) 27
4 Geovanni (Brazil) 30
5 Ryan Johnson (Trinidad & Tobago) 25
Subs:
6 Arturo Alvarez (El Salvador) 25
5 Khari Stephenson (Jamaica) 29
4 Eduardo (Brazil) 31



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