Joey Votto Bio
About: Majorly Popular as Joey Votto was born in September 10, 1983 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Joey Votto’s original name is Joseph Daniel Votto is a Canadian baseball first baseman. He made his Major League Baseball debit in 2007 with Reds. He is an All-star MLB first baseman, he was named as National League MVP in 2010 with the Cincinnati Reds after hitting 37 home runs, recording 113 RBIs and batting 324.
Before Fame: Joey Votto played basketball and hockey in the addition to baseball in high school, he joined in high school at Richview Collegiate Institute in 1997. He played for the Etobicoke Rangers Baseball Program and signed a National Letter of Intent for playing college baseball for the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers after finishing his high school.
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Trivia: In 2010 Joey Votto was named to his first MLB All-star team.
Family Life: Joey is an Italian descent and was born to Wendy and Joseph Votto and grew up in Etobicoke. His father was a baseball fan and a chef who died at the age of 52 in 2008 and his mother is a restaurant manager and a sommelier. He was raised with his twin brothers Paul and Ryan.
Associated With: Joey Votto joined the second baseman Brandon Philips on the Reds in the year of 2007.
Net Worth: Joey Votto’s estimated net worth is $110 million USD.