COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — Greg Sutton made 10 saves and Chad Barrett scored an unassisted goal in the 44th minute to give short-handed Toronto FC a 1-0 victory over the Colorado Rapids on Saturday.

It was the first win for Toronto (7-8-4) in 10 tries, including three games in the qualifying tournament for this fall's CONCACAF Champions League.

The Rapids (6-10-3) missed a last chance to score when Herculez Gomez took a shot in the 89th minute, but Sutton was there for the save.

Toronto played without midfielder Amado Guevara and defender Marco Velez, who were serving suspensions. The club also was without forward Jeff Cunningham, who was traded to FC Dallas.

FIRE 2, REVOLUTION 1: At Foxborough, Mass., Gonzalo Segares and Wilman Conde scored in the final 10 minutes for Chicago.

The goals came after New England (10-5-3) was forced to play short-handed for the final 15 minutes following a red card for midfielder Shalrie Joseph.

Segares tied the score 1-1 for the Fire (7-5-5) in the 81st minute on a 35-yard shot that glanced off the hands of New England goalkeeper Matt Reis. Then defender Conde put the Fire ahead in the 86th minute with his first career goal.

New England took the lead 3 minutes in after the Revolution's Taylor Twellman headed in a corner kick by Mauricio Castro.

WIZARDS 3, CHIVAS USA 2: At Kansas City, Kan., Claudio Lopez and Davy Arnaud each had a goal and an assist for Kansas City, which broke a three-match winless streak.

Sasha Victorine's first goal in almost a year put the Wizards up 1-0 in the 22nd minute. Lopez added a goal in the 44th minute and Arnaud put Kansas City up 3-0 in the 58th minute.

Carey Talley scored two late goals for Chivas USA, which has not won in more than a month.

Kansas City (6-6-7) had gone 0-2-1 since beating New York 2-1 on July 10. Chivas (6-8-4) has lost twice and drawn once since defeating San Jose 1-0 on July 5.