The New York Red Bulls' goalkeeper was credited with 111 saves in the 2014 regular season, and two of them are still in contention for MLS's Save of the Year.
If you can figure out how to do it, vote again! Two saves are surely worth two votes.
His competition is undoubtedly worthy, but this is not a vote against anyone. It is a vote for Luis Robles, RBNY's stalwart between the sticks.
A man who charted an unusual path to MLS.
A man who gives every appearance of being an all-round good guy.
And a man who has been asked to more than usual amount of work by a defense that often shows little interest in protecting him: only Robles and Jon Busch have logged more than 100 saves in the MLS regular season in both 2013 and 2014.
Hard-working family man who gives generously of his time off the field and throws his body around with scant regard for his own well-being when he's on the pitch.
What's not to like?