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Joey Votto is a Canadian-American professional baseball first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his MLB debut with the Reds in 2007.



Joey Votto
Joey Votto

For the first time since Larry Walker in the 1970s, a Canadian MLB player has hit 300 home runs and driven in 1,000 runs in his career (RBIs). Votto is also the second Canuck to reach the 2,000-hit plateau.


Six-time All-Star, seven-time Tip O’Neill Award winner and two-time Lou Marsh Trophy winner as Canada’s athlete of the year are just some of the accolades that Votto has received during his career.



He was honored with the Hank Aaron Award and the NL MVP Award in 2010. On-base percentage (.427), OPS (.957), and walks (1,104) were among the most impressive stats of all active players at the completion of the 2018 season (.311).

At Richview Collegiate Institute in 1997, Votto began his high-school career. Along with baseball, he was a standout point guard in both basketball and hockey in high school, scoring a career-best 37 points in one game. He was a baseball player for the Etobicoke Rangers.

Joey Votto Siblings: Meet Joey Votto Brothers, Tyler Votto, Ryan Votto and Paul Votto



Professional baseball player Joey Votto has brother three siblings. He has three brothers: Tyler, and twin brothers named Ryan and Paul.

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