Joey Votto would like to be a school bus driver once he retires
Joey Votto had another delightful interview with MLB Network on Tuesday, talking about hitting and how he actually checks Baseball Savant to see what kind of year he's having. The former MVP has become a must-listen nearly every time he's around a microphone.
And at the end of the interview, Votto gave us a look into what he'd like to do with his life post-baseball. No, he doesn't want to be a hitting coach or a broadcaster or a Canadian Mountie, he wants to serve his community as a school bus driver:
Yes, as you can hear in the interview, from age 41 until he dies. Or he wants to be a crossing guard so, you know, he can show the kids how and when to walk.