Joey Votto- .200/.310/.480
Of the group, Votto has probably had the most success against Kershaw. Interestingly enough, he might be the most underrated of the group as well.
Votto is a lifetime .313 hitter and has averaged 23 home runs a season in the process. He also averages over 70 runs batted in on a team that…well, has been less than successful in his tenure. But Votto will make it to the hall one day.
Against Kershaw, he has done surprisingly well as a left-handed hitter. If you can pull off two hits every ten at bats against one of the greatest pitchers of our generation, then you’re doing alright. Kershaw has struck out Votto 13 times in 25 at-bats, but Votto has also homered twice.