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That was pretty funny. I could picture Dunn in the background too. That's an awesome interview by Votto.
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That was a riot! I can imagine Adam in the background giving Joey a hard time too, LOL
Joey is such a great guy and a very talented baseball player. I'm really happy to see him having so much success in the big leagues and I am SOOO glad we did not trade him away in the offseason!!
"I tried to play golf, but I found out I wasn't very good." -Joey Votto on his offseason hobby search
An MLB.com reporter asked what one thing Votto couldn’t do. “I can’t skate or play hockey,” Votto said. “Well, I can skate ... but I can’t stop.”
I mentioned this in the votto forum, but I didn't know how to bookmark a website. This is the funniest thing I have heard in a long time. Joey is way too polite to the media, and Dunn knew it. Hopefully these guys can take this win and relax a little and start playing to their potential.
WE DON'T, WE DON'T, WE DON'T MESS AROUND HEY!
Damn that Adam Dunn and his terrible attitude! God, he is such a cancer in the clubhouse!
Thanks for the link.
"I don't know what channel it is, Adam... What channel is this?"
Great game for Votto and a pretty funny interview.
"Sorry for all the interruptions, I have some pretty rude teammates"
Priceless. It is nice that the Reds are getting to enjoy some of this season. Lets hope they get to enjoy more of it.
This is a prefect example of why I'd like to see Jay Bruce brought up soon. It's not that I think his bat will turn our season around (although I wouldn't hurt), it's that burst of energy and enthusiasm to the clubhouse that this team desperately needs. Adam, Joey & Jay were clowning around all spring down in Sarasota. That levity and fun in the clubhouse is something we need to snap out of these doldrums. Just my 2 cents.
Agreed, Sir Charles, get Bruce up here now.
Dunn is good for the clubhouse (doesn't hurt that he's fearsome slugger too). We need to get him locked up longer. He seems like someone who really helps younger guys transition to the majors with his attitude.
that was great!