Cincinnati Reds player Joey Votto equaled all-time record of Barry Bonds and Nelson Cruz in the MLB.
In effect, the Reds slugger became the third player in all major league history to be 37 years old and hit 15 home runs in a span of 22 games.
Joey Votto equaled Barry Bonds and Nelson Cruz with that feat.
The Joey Votto thing is really impressive and it is in a way that does not stop anyone, where he is seeing the ball as the melon itself.
On the season he has 25 home runs, 72 RBIs and a 285 average, but the impressive thing is that most of those numbers are being placed in the last 22 games of the Cincinnati Reds.
The Reds player is one of the players with the most weight in the team and it is good news for the fans of his team, as well as for the world of the ball, because with his 37 years he is showing that as long as they have the quality and the desire, everything is possible. (Fielding)
Joey Votto is just the 3rd player 37 years old or older to have at least one 22-game span with 15+ HR (Barry Bonds, Nelson Cruz).
– MLB Stats (@MLBStats) August 14, 2021