MLS: Most & Fewest Players Used in a Single Season
|Generally, the better a team is, the fewer players they use. If the guys you're using are getting the job done, then why change? So it's not a shock to see that the former Metrostars hold the record for the most players used, while San Jose holds the record for the fewest. Though, it may be surprising to see that the Earthquakes used the fewest players in 2002 (not 2001 or 2003), and that the 1999 Metros don't even make the top ten for the most. The 1996 Metros used the most players, and interestingly, Manny Lagos played for both that team and the 2002 Earthquakes.|
Note: Counting MLS regular season games only.
Most Players Used in a Single Season
1996 NY/NJ Metrostars
Baba, Barber, Brauchle, Caricola, da Silva, De Avila, Donadoni, Gillen, Harty, Hennessey, Hernandez, Hesse, Huseinovic, Johnson, Joseph, Ken-Kwofie, Knowles, Kydes, Lagos, Lembryk, Longenecker, Meola, Munnelly, Namazi, Ramos, Restrepo, Rinker, Rodriguez, Savarese, Silvera, Thornton, Unger, Vermes, Villegas, Wood, Zaun
Fewest Players Used in a Single Season
Agoos, Barclay, Barrett, Cannon, Conrad, Conway, Corrales, Dayak, De Rosario, Donovan, Ekelund, Gonzalez, Graziani, Ibsen, Lagos, Mulrooney, Robinson, Roner, Russell