May 21, 2012, 9:56 AM EDT
Chris Wondolowski wanders into U.S. national team camp today as Major League Soccer’s leading scorer.
Juan Agudelo drops into Orlando off a fresh lease on MLS life, having just debuted with a win at his new address, Chivas USA.
Jozy Altidore will come in off a breakout season at AZ Alkmaar in the Netherlands.
But who is coming into camp off a championship in a high-caliber league? And a historic individual accomplishment, as it turns out?
Scott French, from ESPN Los Angeles, reckons that Gomez is the first American player to claim top-flight titles in Mexico and the United States.
Gomez was a starter at forward (alongside Landon Donovan) on the L.A. Galaxy’s 2005 MLS Cup side.
Gomez did not play in Santos’ win Sunday; he has generally come off the bench for Santos.
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