Orlando City will be without TV for the only time this season.
Even though Cheney Stadium in Tacoma is nominally home of the Triple-A Tacoma Rainiers, and ought to have the facilities for streaming.
As I said when the move was revealed, the Sounders want to gauge the support in Tacoma for pro soccer. There are rumors that the next step for the MLS-USL alliance is for the Western Conference teams to sponsor and/or create USL teams in their markets.
With an expansion team already set for Sacramento that would make a perfect pair for San Jose, it is believed the Cascadia Cup (Seattle, Portland, Vancouver) will create their own USL Pro teams, maybe as soon as next season. It would doubtlessly finally fill out a western swing for the third tier, which historically has had an east coast bias.
The big deal with the Sounders Reserves is their goalkeeper, Marcus Hahnemann. Formerly a U.S. national, he spent over a decade in England, most prominently with Reading. In the 2005-06 season, Reading gave up just 32 goals as he led them to a second-tier record of 106 points and promotion to the Premier League. He kept 13 clean sheets in 2006-07 in the Premier League, third overall (behind Pepe Reina with 19 and Tim Howard with 14) for the season, and registered 139 saves over the 2007 calendar year.
Radio stream will be available at http://live.soundersfc.com.