All-Star MLB first baseman who was named National League MVP in 2010 with the Cincinnati Reds after hitting 37 home runs, recording 113 RBIs and batting .324.
He played both basketball and hockey in addition to baseball in high school.
He was named to his first MLB All-Star team in 2010.
He was raised with twin brothers named Paul and Ryan.
He joined second baseman Brandon Phillips on the Reds in 2007.