The revelation that veteran Richmond recruit Robbie Tarrant played only 11 times at the MCG throughout his 174-game career with North Melbourne prompted me to check the most appearances by current-day Tigers on the hallowed turf of the ‘G’.

Not surprisingly, Jack Riewoldt, who this year became just the fourth player in Richmond’s overall history to reach the coveted 300-game milestone, heads the list.

Riewoldt has played a total of 169 games at the MCG. That puts him seven ahead of Shane Edwards on 162, followed by Trent Cotchin, 146 and Dustin Martin, 144.

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Richmond ‘Immortal’ Kevin Bartlett holds the Club’s record for the most games played at the MCG with 200.

Collingwood captain Scott Pendlebury is the all-time MCG games record-holder with 208.

Here is the top-10 list of games played at the MCG by today’s Tigers . . .

1 – Jack Riewoldt: 169

2 – Shane Edwards: 162

3 – Trent Cotchin: 146

4 – Dustin Martin: 144

5 – Dylan Grimes: 106

6 – Nick Vlastuin: 93

7 – Kane Lambert: 68

8 – Josh Caddy: 67

9 – Kamdyn McIntosh: 64

10 – Daniel Rioli: 62