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It's galls me to think that many in Cincy, in both the fanbase and media, don't appreciate this guy.
But, yeah, Bonds led the league in RBI once, Thome never while Cabrera is closing in on #3. It would be interesting to ask Votto whether, if he could, he'd rather hit like Cabrera.
I'm a devout Reds fan, and Votto is my favorite player, by far.
Is the Phillips vs Votto thing an actual thing? So childish.
I have been a Reds fan for many years, and I find this team quite likable. I basically ignore Brennaman, Daugherty et al.
(seriously.... if you create a baby that is the byproduct of Loria, TLR, Dusty Baker, and every public Republican ...you would end up with Cueto)
This is just weird. Cueto is almost certainly left-leaning. Look at how he kicks. Self-defense left foot to Carpenter's back, self-defense left foot to the back of LaRue's head, etc. A republican would have pre-emptively right-foot kicked them in the face.
In it, I pointed out that despite 8 fewer ABs, Votto has 22 more hits than Phillips, including 11 more XBH, and that Phillips would have to hit in 36 consecutive ABs to equal Votto's BA, and mix in 6 additional bases to match his SLG. I also asked if Phillips was so great at RBI, why has he driven in Votto only 14 times despite the fact that Votto's been on base over 200 times when BP's been at bat.
Is the Phillips vs Votto thing an actual thing?
As far as I can tell, Joey Votto is looking to become the only Reds player in history to have 5 straight 150 OPS+ seasons (Morgan just missed with a 149 in there).
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