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MLS's homegrown products
August 27th, 2012 8:57PM

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[MAKING A LIST] Of the 57 players MLS clubs have signed to homegrown contracts, only 22 have played this season. Of those 22, only six could be classified as regulars. Of the rest, 26 have not seen any playing time yet this season. And nine others have already been cut by their MLS clubs.

*Debuted in 2012

Chivas USA
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)

819 Juan Agudelo (19), 2 goals, 1 assist
98 Tristan Bowen (21), 2 assists
0 Marco Delgado (17)
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- Bryan de la Fuente (released)

Chicago Fire
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
0 Victor Pineda (19)
0 Kellen Gulley (18)

Colorado Rapids
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
0 David Armstrong (20)
0 Shane O'Neill (18)

Columbus Crew
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
45 c-*Matt Lampson (22), 2.00 GAA
0 c-Ben Speas (21)
0 c-Aaron Horton (19) (loaned to Dayton Dutch Lions-short term)

FC Dallas
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
434 Bryan Leyva (21)
208 Ruben Luna (20), 1 goal (loaned to San Antonio Scorpions)
101 *Jonathan Top (19), 1 goal, 1 assist
0 Victor Ulloa (20)
0 Moises Hernandez (20) (loaned to Comunicaciones, Guatemala)
0 Richard Sanchez (18)
0 Kellyn Acosta (17)

D.C. United
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
1325 Andy Najar (19), 4 assists
1277 Bill Hamid (21) 1.13 GAA
0 c-Ethan White (21) (loaned to Richmond Kickers-short term)
0 Conor Shanosky (20)(loaned to Fort Lauderdale Strikers)

Houston Dynamo
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
50 c-Alex Dixon (22)
0 c-Tyler Deric (23) (loaned to San Antonio Scorpions-short term)
0 c-Josue Soto (22) (loaned to San Antonio Scorpions)
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- Francisco Navas Cobo (released)

Los Angeles Galaxy
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
97 *Jose Villarreal (18), 1 goal, 1 assist
8 Jack McBean (17)

Montreal Impact
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
66 *Karl Ouimette (20)

New England Revolution
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
228 Diego Fagundez (17), 1 goal

New York Red Bulls
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
1519 c-*Connor Lade (22), 2 assists
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- Giorgi Chirgadze (released)
- c-Matt Kassel (released)
- c-Sacir Hot (released)

Philadelphia Union
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
26 *Cristhian Hernandez (18)
0 c-Jimmy McLaughlin (19) (loaned to Harrisburg City Islanders)
0 Zach Pfeffer (17)

Portland Timbers
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
196 c-*Brent Richards (22)

Real Salt Lake
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
0 Nico Muniz (19)
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- Donny Toia (Real Salt Lake)

San Jose Earthquakes
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
none.

Seattle Sounders
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
none.

Sporting Kansas City
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
0 c-Scott Angevine (23)
0 c-Kevin Ellis (21)
0 Jon Kempin (19)

Toronto FC
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
2122 Ashtone Morgan (21), 5 assists
1118 Doneil Henry (19), 1 goal, 1 assist
74 c-Matt Stinson (19), 1 assist
10 Keith Makubuya (19)
0 Oscar Cordon (19)
0 Nicholas Lindsay (19)
0 Quillan Roberts (17)
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- *Josh Janniere (released by Colorado)
*Back in Toronto FC academy program after being traded to and subsequently released by Colorado.

Vancouver Whitecaps
MIN. PLAYER (AGE)
20 Russell Teibert (19)
9 *Caleb Clarke (18)
0 Brian Sylvestre (19)
0 Bryce Alderson (18)
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- Phillipe Davies (released)
- Nizar Khalfan (released by Philadelphia)



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