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  • Pirates Sign Andrew McCutchen

    Andrew McCutchen’s career has come full circle. The Pirates on Friday formally announced that they’ve re-signed the franchise icon to a one-year contract for the 2023 season. McCutchen will reportedly earn a $5MM salary on the deal. “We are thrilled to be able to reunite with Andrew,” Pirates owner Bob Nutting said in a statement…

    Jan 20 · MLB Trade Rumors Pirates Andrew McCutchen
  • Andrew McCutchen Returns To Pirates

    The Pittsburgh Pirates signed free-agent outfielder Andrew McCutchen to a one-year deal worth $5 million on Friday, according to a source. McCutchen spent the nine years of his big-league career in Pittsburgh and was an All-Star with them for five straight seasons from 2011-15. He won the National League MVP in 2013. The 36-year-old is far from his prime in his return to Pittsburgh, but he'll give the rebuilding Pirates some veteran leadership. McCutchen posted a career-low .700 OPS with the Milwaukee Brewers last season and shouldn't be expected to improve much toward the back end of his career. But for fantasy purposes, he'll be relevant in deep mixed leagues if he's playing every day.

    Jan 13 · Source via Andrew McCutchen
  • Mets Considering Andrew McCutchen

    The New York Mets are considering free-agent outfielder Andrew McCutchen as their fourth outfielder, according to sources. However, it's unclear if McCutchen is interested in a role as a bench outfielder behind Starling Marte, Mark Canha and Brandon Nimmo. The Mets also have right-handed-hitting Darin Ruf on the bench as a potential right-handed designated hitter. The 36-year-old McCutchen showed a sharp dip in power last year with the Milwaukee Brewers, finishing with a career-low .700 OPS to go along with a .237/.316/.384 slash line, 17 home runs, 69 RBI, 66 runs scored and eight stolen bases in 580 plate appearances and 134 games for the Brew Crew. Other potential outfield options for the Mets on the free-agent market include Adam Duvall, David Peralta and Jurickson Profar.

    Jan 11 · Source via Mets Andrew McCutchen
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