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The discussion soon ebbed, and the 34-year-old shifted his focus back to the season.Since then, “I really tried really hard not to hear the good or the bad just because I heard plenty of bad,” Votto said.We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.The Blackhawks will fondly remember Ray as a fierce competitor, a good teammate and a Stanley Cup champion.Each week, Jeff Blair and Stephen Brunt tackle the most impactful stories in the world of sports and their intersection with popular culture.Come for the sports; stay for the storytelling and cigars.Sports MLB Podcast that he doesn’t “care almost at all about Canadian baseball” and that he “really couldn’t give a rat’s ass” that fellow Canadian James Paxton threw a no-hitter against the Blue Jays in Toronto.The tempest in a teapot was ridiculous, as Votto is a strong supporter of Baseball Canada, has local ties to the game at the grassroots level and even sent a signed pair of game-worn cleats to Toronto police officer Ken Lam, who arrested the driver who killed 10 pedestrians with his van on Yonge Street in April.
We played together for only a short time but he was a great teammate and competitor. From the AHL to the NHL Ray was always in our face. Got to later share a golf cart for a round with him and meet the man. He was an incredible NHL goalie that accomplished so much in the game, a lot of which went under the radar.While he leads the National League with a .422 on-base percentage, his slugging percentage is down from .578 last year and his career average of .534 to .442 through his first 95 games.“I hit 26 home runs before the all-star break last year, I would never have expected that, and I’ve got nine this year and I wouldn’t have expected that,” said Votto.“It was one of those scenarios where I made a mistake, I tried to make it right and then I can’t do anything more about it,” he said Monday.“People make mistakes, I did the very best I could and after that I can only say so much.