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October 10, 1986 (36)
Andrew McCutchen is an American professional baseball outfielder who has garnered recognition for his exemplary performances in Major League Baseball (MLB).
Andrew McCutchen’s prowess on the baseball diamond has been evident since the inception of his MLB career. Having spent the majority of his tenure with the Pittsburgh Pirates, he made a significant mark by becoming a five-time MLB All-Star. Apart from the Pirates, his career has also seen him play for the San Francisco Giants, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, and Milwaukee Brewers. As an outfielder, his agility, and powerful hitting have made him a valuable asset to every team he’s played for.
Throughout his baseball journey, McCutchen’s collaborative spirit has shone bright, working alongside numerous other celebrated players. A few notable names include Gerrit Cole, a leading pitcher with whom he shared a strong partnership during their time with the Pirates; Starling Marte, a fellow outfielder and key collaborator in the Pirates’ lineup; and Bryce Harper, the Phillies’ right fielder, with whom McCutchen has displayed impeccable coordination and teamwork. Other significant collaborations have involved players like Clint Hurdle, his long-time manager at Pittsburgh; Buster Posey during his stint with the Giants; Aaron Judge when he was with the Yankees; J.T. Realmuto and Rhys Hoskins during his time with the Phillies; and Christian Yelich while playing for the Brewers.
McCutchen’s commitment and excellence have not gone unnoticed. He has been the recipient of the National League (NL) Most Valuable Player (MVP) award in 2013, a testament to his exceptional skills and contribution to the game. Further emphasizing his stellar defense and agility in the outfield, he has also secured a Gold Glove Award. His consistency with the bat hasn’t gone unnoticed either, having won the Silver Slugger Award on multiple occasions.