Holy LA Galaxy and great plains, Batman!

These Los Angeles Galaxy players have also sported a KC uniform, too.
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6. Sasha Victorine

This nine-year veteran midfielder hails from northern California in Santa Ana. At 6'2'' tall, Victorine debuted in MLS with the Los Angeles Galaxy in the year 2000.

His best year with the Galaxy, perhaps, was in his sophomore season (2001) when he scored seven goals and had five assists. One year later, he was a part of the same championship squad that saw him win their first title in 2002.

After the Kansas City Wizards lost in the 2004 MLS Finals to DC United, Victorine joined his second team in the league. Unfortunately, he would miss out on the Galaxy's second title in 2005.

Spending the next four seasons in Kansas City, Victorine became a more effective passer as he had 19 assists in his first three seasons for his new team. He also scored 17 goals during his tenure with the squad.

In 2008, Victorine saw him return to Los Angeles, this time for Chivas USA. He started in eight of his fifteen games during his season and a half with his third and final MLS team. There, he only mustered a pair of goals and assists each to end his career.

The former UCLA player appeared in the playoffs in each of his five seasons for the Galaxy and just the 2007 season with Kansas City. Victorine also went on to take the field for the United States National Team in three games. His goal off of a penalty kick sealed the win against Japan after regulation and sudden death overtime.