MLS Regular Season

Not again: Balky hamstring sidelines Houston Dynamo left back DaMarcus Beasley

Dynamo Designated Player is hopeful that he'll be able to return before the season ends
Beasley sidelined


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Before Sunday’s game DaMarcus Beasley felt his hamstring was 100 percent. Twelve minutes after kickoff, not so much.

The Dynamo’s Designated Player exited before the quarter hour with a left hamstring injury he picked up trying to run down Nick DeLeon in what turned into a 3-1 Houston loss.

Confidence game: Playoff chances come to an end for Houston Dynamo in autumn rain

Dynamo will be left on the outside looking in for just the second time come postseason
At a loss

For the first time since 2010, and just the second time in club history, there will not be playoff soccer in Houston. Needing a result to stay in the hunt for a playoff spot, the Houston Dynamo fell 3-1 at the hands of D.C. United, ending their chances at another postseason run.

Match Recap: Houston Dynamo 1, D.C. United 3

Dynamo eliminated from playoff contention after loss at home to Eastern Conference leaders
Recap: Dynamo 1, D.C. 3
Match Recap

HOUSTON – Thanks to goals from Taylor Kemp, Fabian Espindola and Eddie Johnson, D.C. United are are one step closer to a worst-to-first season in the Eastern Conference after claiming a 3-1 win over the Houston Dynamo on Sunday.

The win gives D.C., now 1-9-1 all-time in Houston, 56 points and puts them six points clear of the second-place New England Revolution. The defeat eliminated the Dynamo from playoff contention.

Preview: Houston Dynamo vs. D.C. United

Dynamo face another must-win at home to keep pace in Eastern Conference playoff race
Preview: Dynamo vs. D.C.
Match Preview

Houston Dynamo vs. D.C. United
Sunday, October 12, 2:00 p.m. CT
BMO Field, Toronto, Ontario

11 October 12:00 pm

David Horst, Eric Brunner, and Dominic Kinnear look at the keys to the game against D.C. United on Sunday.

With AJ Cochran suspended, Houston Dynamo's "revolving door" at center back spinning again

Cochran and Horst had performed well in recent weeks, but now Dynamo must look at options
Revolving door
Center backs

The revolving door at center back for the Houston Dynamo will take another spin Sunday as the club heads into their next “biggest game of the year” without recent starter AJ Cochran.

Houston Dynamo kept themselves in playoff race, now can do more damage against D.C. United

Win in Toronto kept the Dynamo in the picture — a win against D.C. can move them to forefront
Staying alive
Dynamo vs. DC


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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

Maybe … just, maybe.

The Dynamo still have a lot of ground to make up in a short space of time, but are entering a two-game homestand with renewed hope after the defiant 1-0 win over Toronto FC on Wednesday that kept postseason ambitions alive and raised the stakes for this weekend’s clash.

Houston Dynamo bands together to claim three points after red card takes them down to 10 men

Dynamo were put in a corner after Cochran's ejection, but held strong to claim a crucial win
Seeing red

The Houston Dynamo showed great resiliency after claiming a 1-0 victory over Toronto FC down a man, but the way they were put in that disadvantageous position was brought into question after the game.

Rookie center back AJ Cochran was shown a straight red card when he was whistled for bringing down Toronto FC forward Luke Moore in the box in the 55th minute. Moore broke into the box and past Cochran, who grabbed his jersey.

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