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MLS: Television Schedule for Aug. 27-31
August 27th, 1997 12AM
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MLS Television Schedule for Aug. 27-31

Date Matchup Kickoff (ET) Channel
Aug. 27 New England at D.C. United 7:30 p.m. WABU-Boston (live); HTS (delayed to Aug. 28)
Aug. 28 Colorado at Kansas City 9:00 p.m. NO TV
Aug. 29 San Jose at MetroStars 7:30 p.m. ESPN2
Aug. 30 Los Angeles at Columbus 7:30 p.m. KTLA-Los Angeles
Aug. 30 New England at Tampa Bay 7:30 p.m. SportsChannel New England
Aug. 31 Colorado at Dallas 3:00 p.m. Univision
Aug. 31 Kansas City at D.C. United 4:00 p.m. KMCI-Kansas City (live); HTS (delayed to 8:00 p.m.)

MLS Yellow Card Points Update

Player (Team) Points
Michael Emenalo (San Jose) 37
Frankie Hejduk (Tampa Bay) 32
Matt McKeon (Kansas City) 30
Alexi Lalas (New England) 28
Ivan McKinley (New England) 28
Danny Pena (Los Angeles) 28
John Doyle (San Jose) 26
Mo Johnston (Kansas City) 25
Giuseppe Galderisi (New England) 24
Martin Vasquez (Tampa Bay) 24
Robin Fraser (Los Angeles) 23
Steve Pittman (Kansas City) 23
Tony Sanneh (D.C. United) 23
Steve Trittschuh (Colorado) 23
Cle Kooiman (Tampa Bay) 22
Mark Semioli (MetroStars) 22

MLS Active Roster Injury Update

Colorado -- MF Paul Bravo (injured MCL), MF Peter Vermes (sprained knee) and F Steve Rammel (plantar fascitis) are probable. Columbus -- D Sergio Miguez (strained quadricep) is out; F Brian McBride (sprained ankle) is questionable; MF Marcelo Carrera (sprained MCL) is probable. Dallas -- none. D.C. United -- MF John Harkes (sprained ankle and hamstring) is questionable; GK Scott Garlick (bruised hip), GK Tom Presthus (hip pointer), D Carlos Llamosa (strained knee and hamstring), D Eddie Pope (lower back pain), and F Roy Wegerle (sprained ankle) are probable. Kansas City -- D Steve Pittman (knee tendonitis) is doubtful; MF John Debrito (strained back) is questionable; D Sean Bowers (strained neck) is probable. Los Angeles -- MF Mauricio Cienfuegos (torn rib cage cartilage) and F Welton (sprained ankle) are out. MetroStars -- MF Mike Sorber (strained quadricep) is questionable. New England -- M Alejandro Farias (sprained ankle) is doubtful; F Steve Klein (bruised ankle bone) is questionable. San Jose -- MF Eddie Lewis (broken hand) is probable. Tampa Bay -- D Adam Frye (mononucleosis), MF Nelson Vargas (sprained knee), and F Alan Prampin (minor foot surgery) are probable.

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