Seattle Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer, left, holds the MLS Cup as he greets fans at the King County Airport in Seattle, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2016, after the MLS soccer team returned from Toronto, where they beat Toronto FC Saturday to win the MLS Cup.
Seattle Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer, left, holds the MLS Cup as he greets fans at the King County Airport in Seattle, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2016, after the MLS soccer team returned from Toronto, where they beat Toronto FC Saturday to win the MLS Cup. Ted S. Warren AP
Seattle Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer, left, holds the MLS Cup as he greets fans at the King County Airport in Seattle, Sunday, Dec. 11, 2016, after the MLS soccer team returned from Toronto, where they beat Toronto FC Saturday to win the MLS Cup. Ted S. Warren AP

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