The ballots have been finalized for the 2019 National Soccer Hall of Fame elections, and three former Revs players -- Mike Burns, Taylor Twellman and Steve Ralston -- are up for selection.
Twellman played each of his eight seasons in the MLS (2002-09) with the Revs, winning the league's MVP award in 2005. He scored 111 goals over the course of his career, with a career-high of 23 during the 2002 season. Twellman was also a key player during the Revs' run of four MLS Final Four appearances in six years from 2002-2007.
Ralston played eight of his 14 seasons with New England, he won a U.S. Open Cup with the Revs and was apart of all four teams that made the MLS Final.
Burns played for the Revs from 1996-2000, appearing in 108 games and made was selected to the MLS All-Star game in 1998. He is currently on the veterans list of eligible candidates.
Any player who appears on 66.7 percent of the casted ballots will be selected into the Hall of Fame. If they appear on less than five percent of the ballots, they will be dropped from the eligibility list and placed on the veterans list.
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