Timelines (CLB, DC, MET, RSL)
The third and final installment:
04/13/96 Brian McBride 1
Stern John destroyed MLS, blowing past McBride in his two year stint. A year later, Brian would take the crown back, which at 56 goals is the highest number leaguewide for a new record holder. Four years would pass between McBride passing John and the next change, Twellman passing Moore (see yesterday's post).
04/20/96 Raul Diaz Arce 1(EDITED: 3/27/06, because I previously had counted one Moreno goal as Diaz Arce's.)
Moreno is now over the century mark in goals for DC. He has a lead of about 90 over any other active United player, and he's still going strong. It will probably be a decade or more before he's overtaken.
04/13/96 Giovanni Savarese 1
Not much to see here, folks. The only team to h player on top for their entire existance, Savarese scored the first eight toals (plus an own goal) in team history and hasn't looked back. Mathis was only five goals away when he left. If Guevara leaves, the mark could last another ten years.
Real Salt Lake
04/09/05 Jason Kreis 1
One season down, and one wire to wire lead for Jason Kreis. Somehow, I doubt any of the other current RSL players will overtake him in the future.