Joey Votto is up to 495 career atbats, which put him roughly around 55 plate appearances shy of a full seasons worth of atbats. So far in his first 495 atbats Votto has hit .295/.354/.475 - .829 OPS with 30 doubles, 1 triple, and 19 homeruns with a 45 BB/96 K ratio. If you project that out over a full season of atbats it projects to .295/.354/.475 with 34 doubles, a triple, and 21 homeruns and 84 RBI. The average NL first baseman this has hit .273/.357/.467 - .824 OPS. Obviously Votto is far from being an Albert Pujols but his first full has been a successful one IMO. He's been a slightly above average first baseman despite the majority of his atbats coming in the 7th spot in the lineup. That's not bad at all, and I think he'll improve as he gets older and moves up higher in a more favorable hitting spot. I still like him as a future .875 OPS type of hitter.