It is possible he could play at 2 positions. He is a natural first baseman, and he could play there. It is also possible he could be placed in left field in case Dunn is traded. I am sure the Reds will be tempted to replace Dunn's salary with Votto's and place him in left. We could get prospects coming back in the Dunn trade, and Votto might have similar production. It would be an awful lot to ask of Votto to replace Adam Dunn's power and rbis, but it could definitely be an option if they get a good enough trade offer. He has played some LF at AAA, and I am sure the Reds are thinking about both options.