Ranking the Top 25 MLS Players of All-Time

23. Steve Ralston

During the first decade of MLS, Steve Ralston was the consistent force of the league. In fact, there has never been a MLS season with Ralston (as either a player or coach). By the time Ralston retired, he was the record holder for assists, minutes played, and games played. His career was split between the Tampa Bay Mutiny and the New England Revolution. Ralston was a three-time member of the MLS Best XI, and was also named as the 1996 Rookie of the Year.

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