Joey Votto

Joey Votto
Birthdate 9/10/1983
Death Date
Debut Year 2007
Year of Induction
Teams Reds
Position First Base

Six-time All Star and former MVP Joey Votto has posted an on-base percentage of .410 or higher in nine seasons, leading the NL seven times.

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Joey Votto's Hall of Fame case relies heavily on advanced metrics

Joey Votto's Hall of Fame case relies heavily on advanced metrics

Joey Votto is the poster boy for SABRmetrics. Looking at traditional stats, Votto hardly seems like a man headed to the Hall of Fame. He has just two 30-homer seasons and only three 100-RBI campaigns. The good news for Votto is that he plays in an era in which new statistics are emerging to more acc
Votto led the NL in doubles once and on-base percentage 7 times

Votto led the NL in doubles once and on-base percentage 7 times

In the collection is this lineup card signed by Dusty Baker as manager of the Reds on August 3, 2011. Baker’s Reds lost 5-4 to his future employers the Houston Astros. Defending NL MVP Joey Votto had three hits – two of them doubles – and a run scored. By season’s end he would lead the lea

One response to “Joey Votto”

  1. mike kahler says:

    I’ve always felt he had the ability to do even more than he has done. He is definitely a team player, as I believe he has gone more towards helping do things to help the team than to advance his personal stats. The quality of the teams he has played on has also limited his overall statistics, as the Reds have not always been a top team.

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