Holy LA Galaxy and great plains, Batman!

These Los Angeles Galaxy players have also sported a KC uniform, too.
Los Angeles Galaxy v Sporting Kansas City
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The LA Galaxy will enter this weekend at 4th place in the Western Conference. They dropped a game and missed out on three points in the standings by losing to the Chicago Fire on June 1st.

Head Coach Greg Vanney will rally his squad and rebound against another team in the bottom of the standings. The Galaxy have twice as many points as their next opponent (14 points), as KC Sporting is just 3-5-9 on the year.

With the Los Angeles Galaxy's next game on Saturday against Kansas City Sporting, we take a look at these six players that have dawned the jersey for both squads.

6 players who played for LA Galaxy and Sporting KC

Adam Cristman
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1. Adam Cristman

Originally from our nation's capital, the forward debuted in MLS in 2007. His first team was the New England Revolution. Cristman started in half of the 28 games he played that year.

He scored four goals and just as many assists in his rookie campaign with the league. He did so by logging a career high 1,421 minutes. In 2007, the New England Revolution would go on to the MLS only to lose a third title match in a row and fourth in six seasons.

Cristman followed that up with 1,300 minutes the next year. The 2008 season was Cristman's best scoring season. He netted six goals and one assist.

In November 2008, he was traded for the first time in his career. Cristman became a member of the Kansas City Sporting. He did not play much in 2009 or 2010 for Kansas City before being traded again.

Cristman's third team saw him play before his hometown, the DC Revolution. He scored twice and collected an assist in the 17 games he appeared in in 2010. The journeyman forward started eight times in those 17 games and recorded 708 minutes that season.

The last stop during his MLS career saw him being acquired by the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2011. During the two seasons Cristman played in Southern California, he was a part of both championship teams in those years.

In the pair of seasons for the Galaxy, Cristman played in 13 games and started six of them. Most of that action game in the first year with the team. His one goal and two assists during his stint with the Galaxy gave him career totals of 13 goals and eight assists in 81 games with MLS.

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