Brad Davis' 300th career MLS game highlights Dynamo milestones from last Saturday's draw with Chicago

Davis is 22nd MLS player to reach 300 games; Ashe, Clark and Hall also reach career milestones

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Wilf Thorne/Houston Dynamo

The Houston Dynamo and Chicago Fire drew 1-1 last Saturday in a match highlighted by Brad Davis’ 300th career MLS regular season game. Here is a look at Davis’ milestone and other marks reached by Dynamo players last Saturday:

Brad Davis entered Saturday's game in the first half for his 300th career regular season appearance. The 12-year veteran is the 22nd player in Major League Soccer history to reach 300 career regular season games. Davis is the first player to reach 300 games while with the Dynamo. He joins former Dynamo players Dwayne De Rosario and Brian Mullan in the 300 club. Davis’s next targets on the all-time games list are Ramiro Corrales (still active; 305 games) and three retired players (two of which are MLS head coaches): Jason Kreis (305 games), Cobi Jones (306 games) and Mike Petke (307 games). 

Saturday was Ricardo Clark’s 162nd start in all competitions with the Dynamo to pass Brian Ching for fifth on the franchise list.

Defender Corey Ashe assisted on Cam Weaver’s goal for his 21st career assist in all competitions with Houston. Ashe is tied with De Rosario for fourth on the franchise list.

It was also Ashe’s 124th career regular season start to pass Ching for fifth on the franchise list. Ashe also surpassed Ching for fourth on the club’s all-time regular season minutes chart (11,375). 

It was Tally Hall’s 117th career game in all competitions with Houston to pass Craig Waibel for 13th on the franchise list. 

The Dynamo remain in Houston to host the Columbus Crew on Saturdayat BBVA Compass Stadium. Tickets are available here or by calling 713-276-GOAL.