The two comedy stars gushed about Votto acknowledging them at ballgames.
A stranger reached out to give the family the solo home run ball that Votto hit, which had a lot of sentimental value for their child.
It's a homerpalooza out there.
The Reds' quiet superstar keeps finding ways to improve his game outside the spotlight in small-market Cincinnati.
Would it surprise you if I said that the Reds—yes, the Reds!—have the highest contact rate in the National League?
We run through the NL Central, from the dominant Cubs to the ascendant (in 2018ish) Brewers to the very dismal Cincinnati Reds.
We look at potential targets the Blue Jays should explore this offseason in the event they lose their two free-agent sluggers.
Joey Votto had a minor dustup with a fan and apologized with a note and signed ball an inning later.
"Joey Votto is the villain we deserve."
A consideration of trades that don't get made in light of Jackie Bradley Jr.'s Mike Trout-esque start, very simple math on Clayton Kershaw, and watching the Reds forever.