Five-time MLB All-Star Michael Brantley’s career has come to an end after 15 seasons.

Brantley told MLB Network’s Jon Morosi of his decision to walk away after playing for the Cleveland Guardians and Houston Astros.

“It’s time for me to be home 24/7, watch my kids grow up, and not miss important milestones,” he said.

The five-time All-Star finishes his career with a .298/.355/.439 slash line with 129 homers, 348 doubles, 125 stolen bases, and 720 RBIs over 1,445 games.

The 36-year-old was limited to 79 contests between 2022-23 because of multiple injuries. He won a World Series with the Astros in 2022 and was with Cleveland during the club’s run to the 2016 Fall Classic.