#SavedTheCrew Reaction: Brad Evans

Brad Evans spent only two seasons in Columbus at the very beginning of his career. The first was a forgettable, injury-marred four-appearance campaign. The second resulted in a Supporters' Shield and an MLS Cup title. Then it was off to Seattle in the expansion draft, where over the course of nine season, he won another … Continue reading #SavedTheCrew Reaction: Brad Evans


#SavedTheCrew Reaction: Danny O’Rourke

In the early days of the #SaveTheCrew movement, Danny O'Rourke was one of the first Crew alums to sit down with me and have a lengthy discussion about what Columbus and the Crew meant to him. O'Rourke is a Worthington native who won a state championship with Worthington Kilbourne at MAPFRE Stadium, an NCAA championship … Continue reading #SavedTheCrew Reaction: Danny O’Rourke

#SavedTheCrew Reaction: Todd Yeagley

Todd Yeagley was a Crew original who spent his entire seven-year career with Columbus. He was part of the Indiana University pipeline in the inaugural season that included the likes of Brian Maisonneuve, Mike Clark, Brandon Ward, and the club's first GM, Jamey Rootes. Following in the footsteps of his legendary father, Yeagley is now … Continue reading #SavedTheCrew Reaction: Todd Yeagley

#SavedTheCrew Reaction: Michael Parkhurst

Before we get to the #SavedTheCrew portion of the proceedings, a happy little preamble. Michael Parkhurst ushered in the Gregg Berhalter era as captain of the Crew from 2014-2016. He was an MLS All-Star in 2014 and captained the 2015 Eastern Conference championship squad that lost a heartbreaking MLS Cup to the Portland Timbers. Then … Continue reading #SavedTheCrew Reaction: Michael Parkhurst

#SavedTheCrew Reaction: William Hesmer

William Hesmer holds most of the significant goalkeeping records in Columbus Crew history. He is an MLS Cup champion. He is a stoppage time goalscorer in Toronto at the apex of #LOLTFC. He once rehabbed a major injury by taking an internship at a local investment firm to kickstart his post-soccer career as a financial … Continue reading #SavedTheCrew Reaction: William Hesmer

#SavedTheCrew Reaction: David Winner

Known for his shootout success and the horror movie sobriquet "Chucky" that was bestowed on him by teammate Adrian Paz, goalkeeper David Winner played for Columbus from 1996-1998. The Crew's relocation saga had a unique twist for Winner as he lived in Austin for ten years before moving back to Columbus five years ago, where … Continue reading #SavedTheCrew Reaction: David Winner