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Red Reporter May 9, 2015

Cincinnati Reds split doubleheader with Chicago White Sox

That's a meaty day of baseball. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Day Marlon Byrd had himself a helluva day. He's still sporting just a .288 OBP, and his strikeouts are still way up, but the recent tear he's been on continued on Saturday through both games of the doubleheader.  Byrd combined to go 2 for 6 with a dinger, 4 walks, 3 RBI, and the coolest glasses in the NL Central, and he's firmly in the midst of doing everything imaginable to eliminate the memory of his awful April. Have a trophy, Marlon, and keep it up. Honorable Mentions are due to:  Joey Votto, who had a...
Columbus Dispatch May 9, 2015

Reds: Rain postpones game, delays Joey Votto penalty

CHICAGO — Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto will have to wait another day to serve his first major-league suspension. Votto was hit with a one-game ban and an undisclosed fine by Major League Baseball on Friday for making contact with an umpire during a 3-0 victory at Pittsburgh on Wednesday. But Cincinnati’s series opener at the Chicago White Sox was rained out.
Cincinnati.com May 8, 2015
Joey Votto suspended for one game, will serve it tonight

Joey Votto suspended for one game, will serve it tonight

Joey Votto suspended for one game, will serve it tonight         
Redleg Nation May 8, 2015

Joey Votto rocks

Our hero, tossing a ball with a young Pirates fan before yesterday’s game. Come on man.
Cincinnati.com May 8, 2015
Doc: Joey Votto shows grace, class in apology

Doc: Joey Votto shows grace, class in apology

Paul Daugherty writes: Joey Votto is the last gracious jock.         
Cincinnati.com May 7, 2015
Joey Votto has heard nothing from MLB about suspension

Joey Votto has heard nothing from MLB about suspension

Votto reiterates that his behavior was 'unacceptable.'         
Red Reporter May 7, 2015

What may have had Joey Votto so mad in Pittsburgh

Just what was it that caused the former MVP's freakout? When Joey Votto looked back to find that his foul tip had been caught by Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Francisco Cervelli for strike three in the Top of the 3rd inning last night, it was easy to tell the Cincinnati Reds 1B was fuming. Your browser does not support iframes. Votto spiked his helmet, ripped off his batting gloves, and the course of events that followed featured an one-sided exchange with Gerrit Cole and, apparently, his ejection from the game.  He erupted when he discovered he'd been ejected, bumped home plate umpire Chris...
Cincinnati.com May 7, 2015
Could Joey Votto's apology mean no suspension?

Could Joey Votto's apology mean no suspension?

John Fay writes: I think there's a slight chance Votto doesn't get suspended, and a fair chance it's only for one game.         
Cincinnati.com May 7, 2015
Votto: 'We're going to be a very dangerous team'

Votto: 'We're going to be a very dangerous team'

Joey Votto and Jay Bruce are cogs in the Cincinnati Reds lineup.         
Red Reporter May 3, 2015

Braves 5, Reds 0 - Johnny Cueto knocked around while Cincinnati bats go quiet

An all around Sunday snooze-fest. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Brandon Phillips grew up in Stone Mountain, Georgia, just a...well, just a stone's throw from downtown Atlanta, and with his parents in the stands putting up with awkward Jim Day interviews, BP patiently took a pair of walks against Atlanta Braves pitching and even chipped in with a nifty turn of a double play with his glove. On a day when the rest of the Cincinnati Reds bats were completely silent, that's JNMHSotG worthy, I suppose. Honorable Mentions are due to:  Joey Votto, who had a single, walked, and...
Red Reporter May 1, 2015

Braves 4, Reds 3 - Early offense and solid bullpen aren't enough for Cincinnati to top Atlanta

Insert Dennis green speech about having the other team right where they wanted before they let 'em get away. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game That mini-blip that Joey Votto went through for 12 or so PA last week?  It's probably time you disregard that. The Cincinnati Reds 1B slash MVP slash best-LH-hitter-in-baseball has seemingly rediscovered the hitting ability we saw up until the end of last week, and tonight he put his running shoes on to further augment it.  Votto singled twice, walked once, scored once, and stole a pair of bases, and even chipped in with a diving...
Redleg Nation Apr 29, 2015

Tracking Joey Votto on the All-Time Home Run List — Home Run #170

Joey Votto is rapidly climbing his way up the ladder of the best home run hitters of all time. As he climbs higher and higher there are fewer and fewer people above him. The names he is passing get more famous with each rung on the ladder as well. Last night Votto hit the 170th …

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