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February 16th, 2014 6:36PM

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[SEEN AROUND TOWN] It's only 19 days before the 2014 MLS season kicks off. Players are making their final preparations and getting some quality one-on-one time in as the countdown continues.

ISHI AT THE CASA. The LA Galaxy's short trip to Mexico City included a scrimmage against Pumas, but also a visit by new Swedish winger Stefan Ishizaki and his teammates to Casa Herbalife, an orphanage for disadvantaged children, where the team made a $25,000 donation.



NAME CHANGE IN PORTLAND. The Portland Timbers will playing at Providence Park in 2014 as naming rights to their stadium have been transferred from Jeld-Wen, a window and door company, to Providence Health & Services.



HAIRCUT TIME. Back from the United Arab Emirates, FC Dallas players prepared for Media Day by getting haircuts.



DYNAMO FAN FEST. Having your own stadium means you can host your own preseason events. The Houston Dynamo held its second annual Fan Fest at BBVA Compass Stadium.



'SAY CHEESE.' At the D.C. United fan event, newcomer Eddie Johnson and Conor Shanosky worked the photo booth.



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