We're down to the two finalist for the 2016 Philadelphia Union Player of the Year presented by Independence Blue Cross. Final voting is open for 48 hours. It's up to you to decide the winner! Vote below:
Andre Blake vs. Keegan Rosenberry
The human highlight-reel continued to dazzle in 2016 in the Philadelphia net. The only goalkeeper in MLS history to be selected No. 1 overall set personal best in almost every goalkeeping category in his first full season as a starter. Blake finished with 32 starts, six shutouts, 99 saves and 10 wins in regular season play. He was the only qualifying MLS goalkeeper to not allow a penalty kick goal this season. Blake was also the starting keeper in the 2016 MLS All-Star Game.
It was quite a year for the No. 3 overall pick in the 2016 MLS SuperDraft. Keegan Rosenberry had a sensational rookie campaign that saw a starting spot in the 2016 MLS All-Star Game against English Premier League Power Arsenal. The Georgetown product recorded two memorable goals this season, with his first career goal coming against LA Galaxy and his second goal of the season was a game-winner against Columbus. Rosenberry would go on to start all 34 regular season matches for Philadelphia and set a MLS rookie record by playing every minute during the season (3,060).