Longtime first-team player of the “reds” Joey Voto sounded to the “Cardinals” and their fans after the cleansing of Cincinnati from four games of their rivals in St. Louis. The reason Voto fired back was because St. Louis fans didn’t hold back after the Reds’ cardinals in April.
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Voto did not play in the latest series against the Cardinals, but he was happy that the Reds managed to achieve four consecutive victories.
“We had several st-talking motherf-kers in St. Louis after the first cleanup of the series,” Voto told WLWT-TV. “It̵
This was the first clean-up of the Reds in St. Louis since 1990.
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Voto, who missed a game due to a broken thumb, recently dropped off the roster and played in Tuesday’s loss to the Milwaukee Brewers.
In 30 games played this season, Votto has an average watt of .222 with five homers and 17 RBI. As of Wednesday, the Reds have a record of 28-30 and are currently in fourth place in the National League Central.