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Luis Robles is the fifth player to ever log 13,000 minutes in all competitions for the New York Red Bulls

Another step up RBNY's all-time appearances charts for the club's record-setting goalkeeper.

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Having claimed almost every significant goalkeeping record the New York Red Bulls have, and the MLS "Ironman" record, Luis Robles is now furthering his progress toward some of RBNY's all-time, all-players, all-competitions records.

Most recently - in the disappointing 2-2 draw against Philadelphia Union on July 17, 2016 - he became just the fifth player (and first goalkeeper) in RBNY history to reach 13,000 minutes in all competitions for the club. Per MetroFanatic.com's archives:

Name Games Played Games Started Minutes
Mike Petke 197 185 16561
Dax McCarty 188 180 16029
Dane Richards 176 148 13413
Carlos Mendes 166 146 13048
Luis Robles 144 144 13020

As you can see, Robles stands a good chance of working his way a little further up the club's all-time appearances lists before the season is out. His fitness cannot be taken for granted, but his consistency is what has made him a club and league legend. If he's healthy, he plays and plays well.

Congrats, Luis! See you at the next milestone.