After losing Mike Moustakas, the Milwaukee Brewers are replenishing their infield through free agency.
The Brewers have signed former Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Justin Smoak.
Smoak just finished his 10th MLB season, in which he contributed 22 home runs and 61 RBI across 121 games. His power production should help fill in admirably following the loss of Eric Thames. The slugger is just two years removed from an All-Star campaign during which he slugged 38 homers and added 90 RBI.
He's also an excellent fielder, sporting a .996 career fielding percentage, which has him behind only Paul Goldschmidt for an active first baseman (and among the top 10 in MLB history).
The Brewers have done a good job of signing solid veteran players on a budget after losing some key players in Moustakas, Trent Grisham and Yasmani Grandal.