Luke Voit has split time between several teams as of late.
After the New York Yankees acquired Anthony Rizzo, Voit was relegated to the bench.
He was ultimately traded to the San Diego Padres at the start of the 2022 season and later ended up with the Washington Nationals as part of the Juan Soto trade.
After a solid few seasons in New York, Voit has somewhat declined.
Last season, he hit 22 home runs, but only hit for a .226 average.
However, he may be getting another shot soon.
According to Robert Murray of FanSided, the slugger is headed to the Milwaukee Brewers on a minor-league contract that includes an invite to spring training.
Free-agent first baseman Luke Voit has signed a minor-league deal with the Milwaukee Brewers that includes an invite to spring training.
— Robert Murray (@ByRobertMurray) February 21, 2023
The 32-year-old came up to the big leagues with the St. Louis Cardinals in 2017.
The St. Louis native was traded to the Yankees in 2018 at the deadline in the deal that sent Giovanny Gallegos back to the Cardinals.
Voit’s best season came in 2020, a season which was shortened to 60 games due to the pandemic.
That year, he led all of baseball with 22 homers and hit for a .277 average.
However, he began to decline after that season and ultimately lost playing time when the Yankees acquired Rizzo.
With Milwaukee, he’ll have a chance to compete for a roster spot and potentially earn at-bats as a designated hitter.
The Brewers already have slugger Rowdy Tellez manning the first base position.
In addition to Voit, Milwaukee has added Brian Anderson, Abraham Toro, Jesse Winker, and William Contreras to bolster their offense.NEXT: Corbin Burnes' NL Central Dominance May Be Over Soon