Houston Dynamo players reach milestones in Sunday's game at New York

Ashe, Moffat, Hall and Creavalle record milestones in 2-0 loss

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The Houston Dynamo recorded a 2-0 loss against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday. While the outcome was not ideal for the Dynamo, several players reached career milestones.

Corey Ashe played his 225th game in all competitions with the Dynamo, second only to Brad Davis (252) in Houston franchise history.

It was also Ashe's 123rd career regular season start with Houston, tying Brian Ching for fifth on the franchise list. Only Davis (185), Bobby Boswell (159), Pat Onstad (136) and Brian Mullan (127) have started more regular season games in club history.

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Scottish midfielder Adam Moffat also started for his 100th career regular season game. 

Goalkeeper Tally Hall made his 89th career regular season start, tying Eddie Robinson for 11th on the franchise list.

Moreover, it was also Hall's 114th career game in all competitions with the Dynamo, moving him to 14th place alongside Richard Mulrooney on the the club's all-time list.

Warren Creavalle started the game and has now played 527 minutes this season, already surpassing his total (479) from last season.