New England Revolution star Diego Fagundez getting close to setting franchise Time of Service record

Diego Fagundez

Midfielder Diego Fagundez – the first Homegrown Player signing in club
history – finished the regular season tied with Shalrie Joseph (261) for the
most regular season games played in a Revolution shirt. Fagundez played
his 261st game at 25 years old, nearly a full deacde younger than his former teammate and roommate Joseph (34) was when he set the club mark.

REVOLUTION ALL-TIME LEADERS: MLS GAMES PLAYED
Rank Player Games Played (Games Started)
T-1. Diego Fagundez 261 (186)
T-1. Shalrie Joseph 261 (254)

  1. Matt Reis 254 (253)
  2. Chris Tierney 246 (220)
  3. Jay Heaps 243 (238)
  4. Andrew Farrell 239 (236)
  5. Kelyn Rowe 220 (171)
  6. Scott Caldwell 216 (173)
  7. Lee Nguyen 203 (193)
  8. Teal Bunbury 202 (154)

Three Revolution players – Scott Caldwell, Andrew Farrell, and Diego Fagundez – entered the 2020 MLS season ranked among Major League Soccer’s 15 longest-tenured players with one club.
MLS ACTIVE LEADERS: LONGEST-SERVING PLAYERS WITH ONE CLUB
Rank Player Club Years w/ Team

  1. Kyle Beckerman Salt Lake 14
  2. Diego Fagundez New England 10
  3. Scott Caldwell New England 8
  4. Andrew Farrell New England 8

Farrell, who became the Revs’ fourth player to eclpise the 20,000-minute
mark for his MLS career on Sept. 12, has been one of the league’s most reliable and durable players since he joined the Revolution as the first-overall
pIck in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft. He ranks first among all MLS outfield
players – and second overall – in games started and minutes played.
MLS LEADERS: GAMES STARTED (2013-PRESENT)
Rank Player Club GS

  1. Luis Robles Inter Miami 249
  2. Andrew Farrell New England 236
  3. Matt Hedges FC Dallas 231
    MLS LEADERS: MINUTES PLAYED (2013-PRESENT)
    Rank Player Club MIN
  4. Luis Robles Inter Miami 22,410
  5. Andrew Farrell New England 21,042
  6. Matt Hedges FC Dallas 20.346

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