Joey Votto, Reds

Votto, the 2010 National League MVP, had the second-lowest average of his 12-year career. The fact it was .288 shows just how incredible a hitter he has been. For the third straight year, and seventh time in the last nine, he led the National League in on-base percentage. After hitting 94 homers from 2015-17, the 35-year-old managed only 12 last year.