This was not good.
It sorts of sums up the Union's season so far.
Jim Curtin's club is without a win this season and in its last 14 matches, dating back to August 2016.
The Union's fourth straight loss, a 2-0 decision to New York City FC, was capped by a wild goal from David Villa past Andre Blake in stoppage time.
"I saw it was difficult for him to run," Villa said (see story). "I didn't see the keeper but I expected that he was out of the box. You try all the time and today it was perfect."
This USA Today Images photo captures it all.
Good chance you'll see this one on SportsCenter's Top 10. You can watch it above.
On May 20, Chase Utley indicated that his Dodger teammates have started calling him dad, so it stands to reason that on Father’s Day, they would come bearing gifts for the oldest position player in the National League.
Utley posted these two photos to his Instagram Story today showing gifts from teammate Kike Hernandez, which includes one awesome T-shirt.
In addition to his fake teammate son, Utley also has two sons, six-year-old Benjamin and three-year-old Max, who got to take part in a very special art project for their dad. Chase gave his sons a pair of white cleats to color on, which he wore for today’s game against the Giants.
They turned out how you’d expect, which is a pretty cool thing for Chase to wear on Father’s Day.
If you can’t get enough cuteness from members of the 2008 Phillies, there’s a video of Cole Hamels having tea with his five-year-old daughter, Reeve, that will melt your heart.
Baseball is a sport that can uniquely bring families together, whether someone is your real dad or just the father figure in the clubhouse.
OK, so the caption of Fox Sports Southwest's video is maybe a little misleading.
"The absolute CUTEST thing you will see this Fathers Day is Cole Hamels having tea with his daughter!" the caption reads.
I'm guessing that, if you're a dad, the cutest thing you'll see this Father's Day is your own kid(s).
But man, this is an adorable video.
Former Phillie (and 2008 World Series MVP) Cole Hamels and his wife Heidi adopted five-year-old Reeve, one of their four children, from Ethiopia as a baby after she was abandoned at birth, found alone in a field by the police and placed in an orphanage. In the video, she asks Cole a series of rapid-fire questions and looks like she's having an absolute blast hanging out with her dad. So does Cole.
"If you were retired, what would you do?" Reeve asks.
"How 'bout I'd just like to be a dad, would that be good?" Hamels responds.