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With the 2019 season in the books and the Cincinnati Reds offseason set to begin, it’s time to hand out awards for the best performances from the past year. The Cincinnati Reds finished the 2019 season 75-87 and, for the sixth consecutive year, missed the postseason. What began with a go-ahead blast off the bat of Derek Dietrich on Opening Day in front of a sold-out crowd at Great American Ball Park ended with Eugenio Suárez throwing across the diamond to first baseman Kyle Farmer for the final out of the season.

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  Baker serves as a special adviser to the CEO of the San Francisco Giants, which granted permission for Baker to interview with the Phillies, per Gonzales.

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Multiple media outlets also have reported that Baker is a candidate for the New York Mets' managerial vacancy. Mike Bell, a former Moeller High School standout and the brother of Reds manager David Bell, reportedly will interview with the Mets on Monday.

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Baker's record as the Nats' manager was 192-132, but Washington fired Baker after a team he managed lost a postseason close-out game for the 10th consecutive time - a streak including the Reds' NLDS collapse against the Giants in 2012 - an MLB record.

Baker last won a postseason series in 2003 with the Chicago Cubs.

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Baker has won 1,863 regular-season games in 22 seasons as a manager. His win total ranks 15th, and Bruce Bochy and Gene Mauch are the only non-Hall of Famers with more wins than Baker.   Even Joey Votto called his 2019 performance awful. The Cincinnati Reds first baseman faced a difficult season, but what grade does Votto deserve? Joey Votto, in an interview with C. Trent Rosecrans of The Athletic, used the terms “awful”, “liability”, “poor” and “the worst season of my career” to describe his performance this past season.

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As much as a certain section of the fan base wants to criticize Votto for his struggles over the past two years, no one is more critical of the Cincinnati Reds first baseman than himself.

Due to his massive salary, Joey Votto is the object of criticism when the Reds don’t play up to the lofty standards of the fans. To be honest, I can see why some fans would be frustrated. I mean, he was making $25M last season and put up a slash line of just .261/.357/.411 with 15 home runs and 47 RBIs. The 2019 season was the first in which Votto did not have an OPS+ above 100.

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Votto was an average major league player last season by almost every metric. With an OPS+ of 98 and a 1.6 WAR, some could even argue he was a below-average player. Votto played in 142 games – the fewest since his injury-plagued season in 2014. A back injury landed Votto on the injured list for about two weeks this past season.

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JOEY VOTTO 1B, Cincinnati Reds D Even last season, which was a down year by Votto’s standards, he led the National League in on-base percentage. This season, Votto wasn’t even tops on the Reds in terms of OBP. Eugenio Suárez beat Joey out in that category by just one point. Votto’s .357 OBP was the worst of his career.

Now, a lot of fans want to point out Votto’s lack of RBIs in 2019. That stat doesn’t concern me too much due to his spot in the batting order. Spending the majority of time in the No. 2, with little to no leadoff hitter to speak of, Votto wasn’t going to get many chances to drive in runs. That being said, his 47 RBIs were the lowest since 2014 when he only played 62 games.

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Looking on the positive side of the things, Votto’s game did see some improvement as the season went along. Over the final two months of the season, Votto had an .815 OPS, 5 home runs and 14 RBIs. He also had 11 doubles. During the previous 100 games, Votto’s OPS was .749 and though he had 10 more homers and 10 more doubles, he did so in an additional 250 plate appearances.

Votto also played very good defense in 2019. Though he hasn’t won a Gold Glove since 2011, Votto is a steady presence at first base, and that’s one aspect of his game that I believe is often overlooked. Votto had 7 defensive runs saved, which is second most among National League first basemen. He also ranks 4th in assists.

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Joey Votto is under contract with the Cincinnati Reds for at least four more years and is owed $100M during that timeframe. The 36-year-old is not getting any younger and those longing to see the days of Votto slugging .550 and hitting 30-plus home runs are gone. However, that does not mean that Votto is washed up or cannot contribute.

NEXT: Most notable Reds players of 2019 Joey has a full no-trade clause and has made it known many times that he plans to end his career as a member of the Cincinnati Reds. What the 2020 season holds for Votto is anyone’s guess, but I can guarantee you that he’ll be working like mad to improve upon the worst season of his career.   TOP ARTICLES 1/5 READ MORE Oakland Athletics: season review Marcus Semien

A 1-8 start doomed the Reds from the jump, though Cincinnati tried valiantly to climb back into a crowded race for the NL Central crown in late-July and early-August. But, it was not to be and the front office sent the likes of Yasiel Puig, Scooter Gennett and Tanner Roark packing at the July 31st deadline.

Down the stretch, fans were entertained by Aristides Aquino, who mashed 15 home runs during the month of August, winning the Player of the Month Award. Not to be outdone, Suárez took home the same honors for the month of September as he battled with Pete Alonso for the home run crown. Suárez slashed .350/.464/.775 with 10 homers during the final month of the season.

No, the 2019 season certainly wasn’t one to remember, but it also wasn’t one we’ll soon forget. Reds Country was treated to the dazzling defense of non-roster invitee José Iglesias and the unmitigated power displayed by Dietrich’s 12 home runs during the month of May. Let’s take a look back at the best performances from the 2019 season.