Cincinnati Reds star Joey Votto has his best season in 2010. The perennial all-star first baseman had career highs in home runs and RBI as he clubbed 37 long-balls and had 113 RBI and was the National League MVP.
Votto used this offered Louisville Slugger M356 model bat during his MVP 2010 season, with the last time using this bat occurring during the August 13th, 2010 game against the Florida Marlins. This bat displays outstanding game use with a crack on the handle. There are ball marks, stitch impressions and cleat imprints present on the barrel. The handle has a light coating of pine tar and the knob has Votto’s number “19” handwritten in silver marker. Also, the bat’s manufacture date “5/20/2010” and the length/weight “34/32oz” have been stamped on the knob. A terrific gamer from the 2010 National League MVP. This bat comes with an MLB Authenticated hologram (FJ030616) for the game use, authenticating that this bat was used by Votto during the August 13th game and that the bat was broken in the bottom of the 6th inning on a ground out off of Florida Marlins pitcher Brian Sanches.