Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto has given his heart and soul to the team and city, playing his entire storied career in the same place.
But Votto isn’t getting any younger. And after the Reds have made an indication that 2022 will be a rebuilding year, people want to see Cincy give Joey a shot at winning a championship in another city.
Another clear cost cutting move by the Reds in releasing Wade Miley today.
So tired of Castellini not wanting to win & fielding a competitive team.🙄🙄🙄
Joey Votto, the City of Cincinnati & Reds Nation deserve way better than this. Sell the team Bob. pic.twitter.com/T47FZYeEZ8
— Bob Morgan (@bobmorgan64) November 5, 2021
The Reds should trade Joey Votto and we can all migrate to the new team with him.
— Chad Dotson (@dotsonc) November 5, 2021
A look at Joey Votto going about his business and conducting a Hall of Fame career while playing for the Reds pic.twitter.com/wGcAcjWawv
— Jon (@JWag85) November 5, 2021
Imagine having the gall to put Joey Votto through this shit again.
— wick (@wickterrell) November 5, 2021
I’m in until the end of Joey Votto’s career. I don’t know after that. Not without new ownership. What’s happening is so stupid. And all about profits for owners and not at all about baseball. I watch the game for fun and they’re killing the fun of watching the Reds.
— Jason Linden (@JasonLinden) November 5, 2021
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The Reds have proved they aren’t serious about building a winner around Joey Votto in 2022 after making their intentions clear that they’re not looking to sign Nick Castellanos. And they also let key rotational piece, Wade Miley, go via waivers on Friday.
As aforementioned, Votto has played his entire 15 year career in Cincinnati, but it would seem likely that he would relish the opportunity to join a team serious about winning.
In 2021, the Reds legend proved that he still has plenty left in the tank, hitting 36 home runs in just 126 games played.
If the Reds are considering entering another rebuild, they should start by shopping Joey Votto around.