Joey Votto will likely pass these Cincinnati Reds legends in 2022

CHICAGO - SEPTEMBER 28: Joey Votto #19 of the Cincinnati Reds bats against the Chicago White Sox on September 28, 2021 at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images)
CHICAGO - SEPTEMBER 28: Joey Votto #19 of the Cincinnati Reds bats against the Chicago White Sox on September 28, 2021 at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Ron Vesely/Getty Images) /
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CINCINNATI, OH – CIRCA 1975: First Baseman Tony Perez #24 of the Cincinnati Reds bats during an Major League Baseball game circa 1975 at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Perez played for the Reds from 1964-76 and 1984-86. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
CINCINNATI, OH – CIRCA 1975: First Baseman Tony Perez #24 of the Cincinnati Reds bats during an Major League Baseball game circa 1975 at Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. Perez played for the Reds from 1964-76 and 1984-86. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images) /

In 2022, Joey Votto will likely pass Tony Perez on the Cincinnati Reds all-time list for singles

Joey Votto enters 2022 tied with Brandon Phillips for ninth place on Cincinnati’s all-time singles list with 1,240. Votto needs just 18 singles, however, to move into the top six on the Reds list, passing Tony Perez (1,252), Johnny Bench (1,254), and Vada Pinson (1,257). Edd Roush starts the top five with 1,325.

Looking past 2022

It will take 400 singles for Votto to push Barry Larkin’s 1,625 on the list and into fourth place. Pete Rose posted 2,490 singles to lead the category.

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Can Votto get into the top five? It could potentially happen in 2023. However, after that, it seems that Larkin’s place in fourth is safe.