Currently, Joao Plata (Forward - Real Salt Lake) is the shortest player in the MLS. He is officially listed as 5'2". He is the shortest player in MLS history, and the shortest of any player in the USA's five "major sports".
david beckham is the highest paid player in the MLS he also earns millions from sponsors and advertising
Not hard because its MLS, one of the lowest leagues in the world.
Well, it usually depends on who the player is, but the average MlS player gets about 50-200,000 dollars a year.
17,000 mls in 17 litres.
the average MLS soccer player gets paid $100,000 to $150,000 each season
The average player makes maybe 50k
The average height of a MLS soccer player is 5 feet 11 inches tall. There are players who are a bit shorter and those who are 6 feet tall or more.
The best player in the MLS is Guillermo Barros Schelotto who currently plays for the Columbus Crew. He is a forward who is able to produce amazing goals and assists. He is unstoppable at his greatest moments.
7 tablespoons will hold 255 mls of water.
Yes, they have.
You are either drafted or picked up as a free-agent.
In MLS they use the offside markers to see if a player is offside
Pat Onstad, current first-choice goalkeeper of the Houston Dynamo is, as of the end of the 2008 MLS season, the oldest player currently active in the league. He is 40 years old and was born on January 13, 1968.
"Most Valuable Player" is an American term, used in the MLS.
the difference between 17 and under 17 years old is that under means younger than 17 and 17 is just 17.
under 17 is 11 under 17 is 11
As of right now, I'm going to say David Beckham.
1 ounce = 30 mls so 6 ounces x 30 mls= 180 mls
MLS stands for Multiple Listing Service.
There are tsps in 0.8 mls.....there are 2.5 mls in a teaspoon and 5 mls in a tablespoon....0.8 is a fragment of a tspn