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Playing time for MLS rookies
April 21st, 2009 7AM

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[MAKING A LIST] After five weeks, 12 rookies have played more than 200 minutes. Three rookies -- Chris Pontius (D.C. United), Omar Gonzalez (Los Angeles) and Darrius Barnes (New England) -- have played ever minute for their respective teams.

MIN. PLAYER (CLUB)
450 Chris Pontius
(D.C. United)
442 Rodney Wallace
(D.C. United)
405 Sam Cronin (Toronto FC)
360 Darrius Barnes (New England)
360 Omar Gonzalez (Los Angeles)
315 Stefan Frei (Toronto FC)
274 Jeremy Hall (New York)
273 Matt Besler (Kansas City)
270 George John (FC Dallas)
229 A.J. DeLaGarza (Los Angeles)
216 Steve Zakuani (Seattle)
208 Gerson Mayen (Chivas USA)
179 Kevin Alston (New England)
119 Graham Zusi (Kansas City)
117 Alex Grendi (Columbus) 
83 Quincy Amarikwa (San Jose)
82 Alec Dufty (New York) 
72 Kyle Patterson  (Los Angeles)
71 Michael Lahoud (Chivas USA)
38 Raphael Cox (Real Salt Lake)
37 Chukwudi Chijindu (Chivas USA)
11 Danny Cruz (Houston)
7 Jean Alexandre (Real Salt Lake)
4 Brandon Barklage (D.C. United)

 



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