Former U.S. and Spurs goalkeeper Kasey Keller played his final regular-season home game for the Seattle Sounders in front of 64,140 fans on Saturday. And after Seattle scored twice in the final 10 minutes to beat San Jose 2-1, the club held a ceremony for Keller that included the presentation of a few parting gifts.
From the Seattle Times:
The organization presented him with a pair of bronzed goalkeeper gloves mounted on an inscribed plaque, a KTM 500 EXC motorcycle, and a Honda TRX420 Rancher off-road vehicle. Former U.S. National Team teammates Brian McBride and Claudio Reyna also attended.
The motorcycle came in white with a Sounders theme to it and Kasey's No. 18 on the side, while the Rancher, ridden in by the team's part-owner and "Price is Right" host Drew Carey, sports a pink and purple design. He also got a custom helmet in a slightly tougher looking design...
Here's the tribute video Seattle put together for Keller: