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Robbie Rogers has become the first openly gay soccer player to take the field in a U.S. professional league. He was put into the Major League Soccer game — Los Angeles Galaxy versus Seattle Sounders — on Sunday night as a substitute, The Associated Press reported. His Galaxy team won, 4-0.
Robbie Rogers didn't play as a substitute in the first half of the Los Angeles Galaxy's game Sunday night.
Robbie Rogers has become the first openly gay male athlete to play in a U.S. professional league.
Robbie Rogers was listed as a substitute for the Los Angeles Galaxy's game on Sunday night after Major League Soccer said it had received his international transfer certificate.
Until about a month ago, Robbie Rogers had no interest in being one of the highest-profile openly gay athletes in the world.
Last summer, NBA veteran Jason Collins considered joining an old Stanford college roommate, U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III, at Boston's gay pride parade.
It says something, nearly all of it good, that on the day a male athlete in one of the major American pro sports came out as gay, the reaction from the NBA, fellow ballplayers and fans was almost uniformly positive.
NBA veteran Jason Collins became the first active male player in the four major American professional sports to come out as gay.
With the simplest of sentences, NBA veteran Jason Collins set aside years of worry and silence to become the first active player in one of four major U.S. professional sports leagues to come out as gay.