Sounders FC's Kasey Keller talks MLS labor negotiations and more | Chat Transcript
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Following a stellar international club career and U.S. national team career, Olympia native Kasey Keller decided to finish his playing days in Major League Soccer and became one of the first signings of Seattle Sounders FC in August 2008.
Keller, the most capped goalkeeper in U.S. history and the national team leader in victories and shutouts, enjoyed a fine debut season with Sounders FC in 2009. He set the record for most minutes without allowing a goal to start a season in MLS history and helped lead the expansion club to the U.S. Open Cup championship and into the playoffs with a 12-7-11 mark.
Keller talked about Sounders FC and the 2010 season in a live chat on March 16.
Sam and Sara Lucchese create handmade pasta out of their kitchen-garage adjacent to their Ballard home. Here, they illustrate the final steps in making pappardelle pasta.