Re: Buster Olney and Jonah Keri on the Reds (video)
Thanks for the link. The Votto discussion is really interesting and it made me go back and look at his pre- and post-injury splits from 2012.
He hit .316/.505/.421 with zero HRs when he came back from injury. His power was taken away from him by his injury and he was able to be extremely productive by raising his already stellar OBP to above .500. I don't think there is another player in baseball that could maintain that kind of production after his power tool is taken from him. He is just an amazing hitter.