For absolutely no reason at all (except maybe being bored out of my mind, and too awake), here's the Reds top 10 by games played*:
Ok, Phillips is currently 38th with 910 games; Votto is 86th with 621.
Assuming Phillips and Votto average 130 (conservative estimate) games per season for the life of their contracts, Phillips will have played 1700 games (7th place) and Votto will tie Larkin. (I also did 150 games, which would have brought Phillips to 1810 and Votto to 2421. If the Reds exercise their option on Votto, he has a realistic shot of being in 2nd all time. Nobody is probably ever going to catch Rose.)
Another interesting observation: Is it an accident that the majority of these players were from the greatest era in Reds' history? Do you think they are going for a repeat?
*Source: Baseball Reference