MLS: Fire, Earthquakes add depth ahead of 2017 season

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A pair of MLS sides made moves over the weekend to help bolster their squads ahead of the 2017 season.

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The San Jose Earthquakes have added to a strong option into the team’s defensive mix with the addition of Panamanian Harold Cummings.

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The 24-year-old was a former player with Alajuelense of Costa Rica’s top flight before joining the Western Conference side. Additionally, Cummings has made 46 appearances for the Panama national team.

Meanwhile, the Chicago Fire have signed Uruguayan goalkeeper Jorge Rodrigo Bava as a potential replacement for the departed Sean Johnson.

Bava, 35, is expected to compete with Matt Lampson for the Fire’s no. 1 keeper position in 2017 after Johnson moved on to New York City FC this offseason.