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GIDP
08-09-2010, 02:04 PM
Joey Votto is currently 7 off the lead for RBI we all know, or at least a lot of you should know that hes in that race.

Here is one stat you didnt know.

Joey Votto currently leads the league in runs scored with 79.

Vottos amazing season is amazing no matter where you look but the idea that he could lead the league in RBI and runs is pretty insane to think about. Especially since hes missed a handful of games.

sivman17
08-09-2010, 02:18 PM
Another interesting stat:

In the 7th inning or later, Votto leads the league in R, H, HR, RBI, BA, SLG, and OPS (minimum of 75 PA).

Votto's numbers with the 2nd place player in parentheses:
R: 32 (26)
H: 46 (42)
HR: 12 (9)
RBI: 28 (28)
BA: .365 (.351)
SLG: .730 (.574)
OPS: 1.182 (.998)

The gap between him and the 2nd place player in SLG and OPS is simply ridiculous. Talk about a clutch player.

RedLegsToday
08-09-2010, 02:50 PM
The gap between him and the 2nd place player in SLG and OPS is simply ridiculous. Talk about a clutch player.

eh... still doesn't have as many rbi's as Adam Dunn. ;)

GIDP
08-09-2010, 02:53 PM
Only Bagwell and Griffey have lead the league in Runs and RBI in recent history.

RedLegsToday
08-09-2010, 02:53 PM
I think AROD did also during that huge 2007 year.

edit: yep, 143 runs and 156 rbi!

Pretty heady company for Joey, if he can finish the year first in both categories.

Red Forman
08-09-2010, 04:18 PM
MVP....

MVP....

MVP!!!!



Joey V should hear this chant the rest of this season

@ every home Reds game:thumbup:

WestSideBomber
08-09-2010, 04:21 PM
MVP....

MVP....

MVP!!!!



Joey V should hear this chant the rest of this season

@ every home Reds game:thumbup:




How awesome would that be to hear every time he comes up to bat!!!

bgwilly31
08-09-2010, 04:24 PM
maybe after every hit or walk.

I dont know about chanting MVp then he goes up and strikes out. :)

Vottomatic
08-09-2010, 05:33 PM
maybe after every hit or walk.

I dont know about chanting MVp then he goes up and strikes out. :)

Agree. Just shut up and let him play his game. The MVP stuff will take care of itself at season's end.

No need for additional pressure. There's enough with being in a pennant race and all.

mlh1981
08-09-2010, 07:14 PM
Very good observation GIDP.

He's the real deal. Glad it appears that his wrist problems are behind him.