Sep 3, 2012, 11:17 AM EST
Votto homered Saturday and then took Sunday off, but instead of playing against the Phillies this afternoon he’ll remain at Triple-A for Louisville’s final game of the season.
Tom Groeschen of Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Votto is expected to come off the DL tomorrow, but also notes that the Reds haven’t announced anything officially and clearly they aren’t interested in rushing the former MVP back.
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