Canadian-American professional baseball first baseman, Joey Votto made his MLB debut with the Reds in 2007. Likewise, he became the first Canadian MLB player since Larry Walker to hit 300 home runs and have 1,000 career runs batted in.

Baseball first baseman, Joey Votto
Caption: Baseball first baseman, Joey Votto

Joey Votto Siblings

Joey Votto is the son parents' Wendy Howell (mother) and father Joseph Votto. He was born on September 10, 1983, in Toronto, Canada. His birth sign is Virgo. His mom Wendy is a sommelier and cafe chief while his father was a cook. His father Joseph died at the age of 52. Joey is of Italian ethnicity and having Canadian nationality. 

Joey Votto with his father who passed away at 52
Caption: Joey Votto with his father who passed away at 52 (Photo: Chat Sport)

Votto has three siblings Tyler Votto, and twin brothers Ryan Votto and Paul Votto. He played basketball hockey and baseball in secondary school. He went to Richview Collegiate Institute in 1997 where he played for the Etobicoke Rangers baseball program.

Joey Votto's Net Worth in 2022

As of 2022, Joey Votto has an estimated net worth of $120 million. Likewise, he earns a yearly salary of $22 million out of his playing career. His prime wellspring of winning is the MLB profession structure which he earned a noteworthy whole of cash. He has gathered an income of around $158,934,500 playing 14 seasons. The player Votto concurred on a 10-year contract with Cincinnati Reds including $225,000,000 guaranteed, and a yearly normal compensation of $22,500,000

Joey Votto sitting in a car while clicking picture with little-fan
Caption: Joey Votto sitting in a car while clicking a picture with little-fan (Photo: Twitter)

He earned a base compensation of $25,000,000 while conveying an all-out pay of $25,000,000 in the year 2019. The attractive player Joey as of late purchased a home in Hermosa Beach worth $10.5 Million. His new house has secured 3,826 square feet, the inside holds a family room, an eating zone, and a smooth kitchen, with an indoor-open air parlor. The house has four rooms, 4.5 washrooms, and four chimneys. Votto is living a lavish life out of his money.

Joey Votto's Noble Work

The player Joey isn't just acceptable at playing, however, he has a decent heart as well. He has been engaged with good cause works. The player realized that he was unable to take care of the apparent multitude of issues in the network. 

Joey Votto giving high-five to little-fan
Caption: Joey Votto giving a high-five to little-fan (Photo: Cincinnati Enquirer)

Not long after that, he freely dispatched the Joey Votto Foundation with an unmistakable vision, to help military veterans and dynamic assistance individuals in Cincinnati. It is particularly situated in his old neighborhood of Toronto and adapts to post-horrible pressure issues (PTSD).

Is Joey Votto Girlfriend, His Wife?

Joey Votto is in a romantic relationship with his to-be wife Jeanne Paulus. He is neither single nor married. His girlfriend Paulus is a Canadian resident. Joey is yet to be married and make his girlfriend Jeanne, wife officially. The couple sure appears to be comfortable with each other. It is as yet revealed, when and how they first began dating started.

Joey Votto with his girlfriend Jeanne Paulus
Caption: Joey Votto with his girlfriend Jeanne Paulus (Photo: PlayersGF)

As indicated by reports, they have been in a romantic relationship for over 5 years. The pair snared after he was in profound distress because of the tragic end of his dad. His to-be wife Jeanne is supporting her future spouse Joey in life's ups and downs. Surely, they seem happy together, and we hope their relationship goes like this and turned into marriage. 

Joey Votto's Height

This handsome player Joey has a muscular body. 
  • Joey Votto has a height of 1.87 M or 187 CM or 6 feet 2 inches tall. 
  • While Votto has a body weighing around 220 pounds or 100Kg. 
  • Joey has dark brown hair with hazel eyes color. 

About Votto's Career

After secondary school, Joey marked a National Letter of Intent to play school baseball for the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers. Votto played so well at exhibit competitions that he was moved out of secondary school in the second round of the 2002 MLB beginner by the Reds. It resembles the satisfaction of a fantasy for a couple of children to get an understanding. For Votto, it was only a fledgling who accomplished extremely difficult work in his baseball career later which drove him to be an extraordinary baseball player. He introduced the setup that helped Cincinnati secure its first division title in quite a while. 

Joey Votto playing baseball for his team
Caption: Joey Votto playing baseball for his team (Photo: CBC) 

Additionally, he was named to his first of four straight elite player groups. At that point, he won the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's top competitor of the year, in addition to the Hank Aaron Award as the National association's best hitter. Joey played for very nearly 10 seasons and he said 

"His colleagues were consistently a test to him since he was never the best player, he accepted he would have been fruitful notwithstanding, yet he would lie on the off chance that he would have similar open doors with another club."