INCINNATI -- First baseman Joey Votto flew on the Reds' team charter flight Monday afternoon to Toronto.
The Reds have not announced Votto's return to the roster, but the Toronto-area native declared himself fit to play major league baseball Sunday after a minor league rehabilitation game.
The Reds open a three-game interleague series Tuesday night against the Blue Jays.
After playing two games over the weekend with the Class-A Dayton Dragons, Votto said he would talk about his situation with Reds management.
At that time he said the Reds would decide if he would rejoin the club or continue a rehab assignment in the minor leagues.
Votto drove in a run with a single on Sunday, and scored from second base on a double. Saturday night he had a single, a two-run homer, and stole a base.
But more importantly to Votto, he made it through the full nine innings in both games.
He went on the disabled list May 30 with what the Reds called stress-related issues.