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2014 Dynamo Theory Creamsicles: Breakout Player of the Year

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Joining the team part of the way through the season Luis Garrido became the breakout player of the year.

Newcomer Luis Garrido was voted breakout player of the year.
Newcomer Luis Garrido was voted breakout player of the year.
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It is time to announce the winners of your favorite Dynamo awards - The Creamsicles! You have voted, we have voted and now it is time to see who all of the winners are. We will be announcing a winner each day.

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Breakout Player of the Year Luis Garrido (46%)

Breakout Player of the Year was an interesting one to watch. Initially, Giles Barnes jumped out to an early lead only to be over taken by Tyler Deric. Then Luis Garrido had a late surge to pull away with the win.

When the Dynamo signed Garrido Dynamo fans were scratching their heads a bit. Few had heard of the Honduran who played in the World Cup along side Boniek Garcia and was now on loan from Olimpia. It only took one game for fans to fall in love with his hard working style. He made a huge impact in a midfield that had struggled at times through out the season bringing cohesion the team had been lacking.

Break out player of the Year 2014

Dynamo Theory Staff Vote: Luis Garrido (100%)

What did fans think of the breakout player of the year?

"Needs no explanation"

"He's getting his moment and showing everyone what he's got!"

"The Beast"

"Just look at his nickname."

"Amazing for the defense, gave us some shutouts and hustled like none other. Though Deric was good too"

"Garrido is what every coach wants as a defensive midfielder. Beasley was a nice signing but Garrido completely changed our midfield more than we could have imagined"