Philadelphia Union defender Ray Gaddis achieved yet another milestone in his career when he started the game at right back against Inter Miami in the MLS is Back Tournament on Thursday night.
The start was the 200th of his career in MLS, all for the Philadelphia Union.
The 30-year-old has played all nine seasons of his career with the Union after being drafted in the MLS SuperDraft by the team out of West Virginia University in 2012.
The start was also his 40th straight dating back to October 6, 2018, a 5-1 over Minnesota United at Subaru Park. Gaddis is the Union’s all-time leader in games played with 209.