Tank tops in the minor leagues have been a hit with players and fans alike, but perhaps no one has rocked quite like Luke Voit.

Voit, who recently signed a minor league contract with the New York Mets, was seen at Triple-A Syracuse wearing his white-striped tank top. But Voit, who is a burly slugger who takes pride in the work he puts in in the gym, has always sported his jerseys without too many buttons.

That’s exactly what she did, when she stepped up to home plate for the Syracuse Mets half-buttoned and sleeveless in a look that social media loved.


Luke Voit of the Milwaukee Brewers celebrates a run against the Mariners at T-Mobile Park on April 17, 2023 in Seattle. (Steph Chambers/Getty Images)

«Luke Voit was born to wear a sleeveless baseball jersey with the buttons undone,» DraftKings’ Jared Carrabis tweeted.

«I’ve never seen a picture more of Luke Voit,» added MLB.com’s Bryan Hoch.

Voit, who led the American League with 22 home runs in the shortened 2022 season, has hopped around the MLB since last season. He started the year with the San Diego Padres before moving on to the Washington Nationals.

Luke Voit looks out over the field

Luke Voit of the Milwaukee Brewers returns to the dugout after striking out against the Giants at Oracle Park on May 5, 2023 in San Francisco. (Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)

While playing with the Milwaukee Brewers earlier this season, he was released and the Mets drafted the first baseman to see if he could work with them.

Well, the sleeveless look worked for his swing, as Voit smashed a home run on the scoreboard in a game the Syracuse Mets were losing heavily to the Scranton-Wilkes Barre RailRiders, the New York Yankees’ Triple-A affiliate.

Luke Voit smiles on the pitch

Luke Voit of the Brewers steps up to the plate against the Kansas City Royals at American Family Field on May 13, 2023 in Milwaukee. (John Fisher/Getty Images)


Voit, of course, knows all about the RailRiders, having played with them all the way to the Yankees, where he became a fan favorite for his jersey style and big home runs in the Bronx.