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Ruiz brings scoring efficiency to D.C. United
by Paul Kennedy, February 21st, 2013 12:54AM
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[BY THE NUMBERS: MLS] Carlos Ruiz, one of the most feared strikers in MLS history, returns to the league for his third tour. D.C. United, who signed the retired Guatemalan international with an allocation selection on Wednesday, is Ruiz's fifth MLS club and 11th club overall in a career that began in 1995. Ruiz ranks third among MLS's top 25 all-time leading scorers in goals per game with 82 goals in 150 games behind, only Taylor Twellman and Raul Diaz Arce.

GPP PLAYER
0.58 Taylor Twellman
0.55 Raul Diaz Arce
0.52 *Carlos Ruiz
0.49 Roy Lassiter
0.48 *Chris Wondolowski
0.47 Juan Pablo Angel
0.46 Diego Serna
0.44 *Landon Donovan
0.44 Ante Razov
0.40 *Kenny Cooper
0.39 Jaime Moreno
0.37 *Brian Ching
0.37 *Edson Buddle
0.37 Jeff Cunningham
0.36 Brian McBride
0.35 *Eddie Johnson
0.34 Jason Kreis
0.33 *Dwayne De Rosario
0.33 Preki
0.32 Ronald Cerritos
0.30 Josh Wolff
0.24 Clint Mathis
0.23 Cobi Jones
0.21 Mark Chung
0.20 Steve Ralston

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