• Brewers place Luke Voit on IL, sign free agent Darin Ruf

    Sportsnaut "The Milwaukee Brewers placed first baseman Luke Voit on the injured list with a strained neck and signed free agent first baseman Darin Ruf to take his place on the active roster. In order to get Ruf on the 40-man roster, right-hander Brandon Woodruff was moved to the 60-day injured..." May 15

  • Brewers sign Luke Voit to 1-year deal, DFA Keston Hiura

    The Score "The Milwaukee Brewers signed first baseman Luke Voit to a one-year contract with a club option for 2024, the team announced, according to Adam McCalvy of Financial terms of the agreement are not yet known. Voit originally joined Milwaukee on a minor-league..." March 27

  • Luke Voit Opts Out Of Minor League Deal With The Brewers

    Clutch Points "Luke Voit has opted out of his minor league deal with the Milwaukee Brewers, per Brewers beat writer Adam McCalvy. The former New York Yankees star, who led the league in home runs during the 2020 campaign, can reportedly still end up on Milwaukee’s Opening..." March 25

  • Luke Voit Pushes Back Opt-Out Date

    MLB Trade Rumors "First-baseman/designated hitter Luke Voit has pushed back the opt-out date on his minor league deal with the Brewers until Friday, Adam McCalvy of reports. Voit told reporters he likes the fit with Milwaukee, and that the team likes him, but they are trying to maintain..." March 18

  • Luke Voit emblematic of ex-Yankees prospects’ Bronx glow

    New York Post "What if we had it wrong? What if the group of position players who fizzled with the Yankees actually overachieved with the team rather than underachieved? What if the business of baseball this offseason is screaming that the Yankees actually maximized this group not..." March 09

  • Brewers, Luke Voit Agree To Minor League Deal

    Brew Crew Ball "The Brewers added first baseman Luke Voit and outfielder Tyler Naquin on minor-league deals with an invite to spring training on Tuesday, as reported by Todd Rosiak. Voit, who split his 2022 season between San Diego and Washington after being involved in the Juan Soto trade..." February 22