- Birth Name Joseph Daniel "Joey" Votto
- Birth Place Toronto
- Famous Name Joey Votto
- Father Joseph Votto
- Mother Wendy Votto
- Net Worth $110 million
- Salary $25,000,000
- Nationality Canadian
- Ethnicity White
- Currently Working For Cincinnati Reds
- Currently Married Unknown
- Affair with Jeanne Paulus
- Girlfriend Jeanne Paulus
Joseph Daniel Joey Votto is a Canadian professional baseball first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds of Major League Baseball (MLB). He set out his MLB with the Reds in 2007.
The resident of Ontario, Joey Votto reportedly earns around, $25,000,000 as her yearly salary from the Cincinnati Reds, and as of 2019, she has an estimated net worth of $110 million. Currently, he is in an open relationship with his long-time girlfriend, Jeanne Paulus.
Joey Votto Salary & Net Worth in 2019
Joey Votto has an estimated net worth of $110 million in 2019, as per the reports of the Celebrity Net Worth. The significant source of his income is his MLB career and has made career earnings of $158,934,500 playing 14 seasons.
Joey Votto agreed on a 10-year contract with Cincinnati Reds including $225,000,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $22,500,000. In 2019, he will have a base salary of $25,000,000, while carrying a total salary of $25,000,000.
Recently, he purchased $10.5 million home in Hermosa Beach. Covering 3,826 square feet, the interior holds a family room, a dining area, a sleek kitchen, with an indoor-outdoor living room. Elsewhere are four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and four fireplaces.
Joey Votto Personal Profile; Who is he Married to?
Joey Votto is neither single nor married. He is in a relationship with his girlfriend who is also from Canada. Her name is Jeanne Paulus. Although he is not officially hitched to longtime girlfriend Jeanne, the couple sure seems cozy with one another.
When did they first start dating is not known exactly but Jeanne has been in the picture for more than 5 years. They hooked up after he was in deep agony due to the sad demise of his father. The beautiful Jeanne works as a dental hygienist. Joey is a tall and handsome man but it seems he does not have relationships with other celebrities.
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Joey Votto is not only good at playing, but he also has a good heart too. He knew that he could not solve all the problems in the community but being Red's baseman he publicly launched the Joey Votto Foundation with a clear vision, to help military veterans and active service members in Cincinnati and his hometown of Toronto who copes with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Joey Votto Early Life
He was born on September 10, 1983, in Toronto, Ontario, and he developed in Etobicoke, a district in the west end of Toronto. He is of Canadian nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. His birth sign is Virgo.
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He has three brothers named Tyler, Ryan and Paul born to Wendy and Joseph Votto, who is a chef and baseball fan. When he was in high school he played basketball, hockey, and baseball. But he advanced he chose baseball as his sport. Now he is recognized as a highest-paid Canadian baseball player.
Joey Votto Career's Achievement
Joseph Votto first enlisted in high school at Richview Collegiate Institute in 1997. Votto signed a National Letter of Intent to play college baseball for the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers after high school.
Votto played so well at showcase tournaments that he was transferred out of high school in the second round of the 2002 MLB amateur by the Reds. In one sense, it was the fulfillment of a dream for a few kids to get experience. But for Joey Votto, the work was just beginning. Votto did very hard work in his baseball career later which led him to be a great baseball player. His fearsome presence in the lineup helped Cincinnati clinch its first division title in 15 years.
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He was named to his first of four straight all-star teams and won the Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada’s top athlete of the year, plus the Hank Aaron Award as the National league’s best hitter.
He played for almost 10 seasons. Votto said that “His teammates were always a challenge to him because he was never the best player, he believed he would have been successful regardless, but he would be lying if he would have the same opportunities with another club.”
- MLB-All Star (six-time)
- Lou Marsh Trophy
- National League
- MVP Award
- Hank Aaron Award