Andrew McCutchen Philadelphia Phillies

Age: 34 (October 10, 1986) | 5' 11" | 195lbs. | Bats: Right OF-39 LF-39 DH-16 PH-2
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
PIT AAA 2009 0 201 41 61 17 24 10 8 4 20 10 2 .303 .361 .493 8 11 .329 n/a
PIT NL 2010 154 570 94 163 70 89 35 5 16 56 33 10 .286 .365 .449 11 14 .311 n/a 31 29
PIT NL 2011 158 572 87 148 89 126 34 5 23 89 23 10 .259 .364 .456 13 19 .291 38/20/42 29 26
PIT NL 2012 157 593 107 194 70 132 29 6 31 96 20 12 .327 .400 .553 10 20 .375 44/22/34 43 39
PIT NL 2013 157 583 97 185 78 101 38 5 21 84 27 10 .317 .404 .508 12 15 .353 41/24/35 43 38
PIT NL 2014 146 548 89 172 84 115 38 6 25 83 18 3 .314 .410 .542 13 18 .355 40/19/41 40 36
PIT NL 2015 157 566 91 165 98 133 36 3 23 96 11 5 .292 .401 .488 14 19 .339 38/24/38 32 30
PIT NL 2016 153 598 81 153 69 143 26 3 24 79 6 7 .256 .336 .430 10 21 .297 36/22/42 19 19
PIT NL 2017 156 570 94 159 73 116 30 2 28 88 11 5 .279 .363 .486 11 18 .305 41/22/37 27 26
NYY AL 2018 25 87 18 22 22 22 2 1 5 10 1 3 .253 .421 .471 19 19 .279 45/18/36 3 4
SF NL 2018 130 482 65 123 73 123 28 2 15 55 13 6 .255 .357 .415 13 22 .309 41/24/36 18 17
PHI NL 2019 59 219 45 56 43 55 12 1 10 29 2 1 .256 .378 .457 16 21 .299 45/18/37 7 8
PHI NL 2020 57 217 32 55 22 48 9 0 10 34 4 0 .253 .324 .433 9 20 .281 35/22/44 24 23
Career 11yrs 1509 5605 900 1595 791 1203 317 39 231 799 169 72 .285 .377 .479 12 18 .323 n/a
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Only if they package a current OF with an IF to get a strong SP.

jeff merk jeffamerk
Dec 13 '18

Signs on with the Phillies with the rumour being 3-years at a total of $50 mill. Is there room for Bryce Harper in that outfield?

Tim McLeod tlmcleod
Dec 11 '18
I'm working on Big Prices for the Guide. Today I have Andrew McCutchen with a price of $16. What do you think?
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Nov 17 '18

The bidding in the ADL ($50 FAAB):

Bags 10, Hackers 10, Bad K 4, Nabobs 3, Moose 1

All but Bad K bid the max. (Bad K had $5.) Hackers, behind the Bags in the standings, win the tie-breaker.

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 3 '18

I have the whip hand in my league.  I have $44 left.  The next teams have $42 and $41 respectively.  Tied for 2nd, I lose the tiebreakers, so I have to bid $43 to get him.  I have no need for McCutchen. I actually have too many hitters.  Shouldn't be a problem b/c our reserve rosters expand Monday, so i don't have to cut anyone to add him.  But, the decision to bench him or Reddick or Mazara or Piscotty isn't going to be the right one, no matter how I decide.  And when Didi comes back Brandon Lowe goes to my bench too.  And, Iglesias will probably be back relatively soon too.  

But, I can't let someone else have Cutch, so $43 it is.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Sep 1 '18

Yankee Stadium should be a lot easier than Giants Park for hitting.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Aug 31 '18

From AP:

Maybe not a superstar anymore -- for sure not -- but an unexpected gift to the seemingly foolish owners who have been hording their FAAB.

Alex Patton Alex
Aug 31 '18

From BP:

In trading for Andrew McCutchen back in January the Giants added another formerly great veteran to their formerly great veteran core in the hopes of propping their World Series window open, but McCutchen and the team as a whole underwhelmed. Neither were bad, exactly—McCutchen remains an above-average hitter and the Giants are hovering around .500—but the potential for greatness appears to have disappeared from both player and team. With free agency around the corner and the possibility of draft pick compensation no longer seeming like a viable option because the 31-year-old former MVP would likely accept a one-year, $18.5 million qualifying offer, the Giants recouped whatever value they could.

This move will undoubtedly carry a strong rich-get-richer vibe for many people, with the Yankees adding a household name in a last-minute August trade so that he can serve as depth for their injury wrecked outfield, but McCutchen is in Year 3 of being merely a solid player rather than a superstar... 

Aaron Judge has yet to swing a bat five weeks into his recovery from a broken wrist, Jacoby Ellsbury is out for the season, and Clint Frazier is making his way back from a concussion, causing the Yankees to turn to career infielder Neil Walker and journeyman Shane Robinson as starting right fielders. McCutchen is certainly a significant upgrade over those two options, although his role if/when Judge returns is unclear. Presumably the Yankees would fill the three outfield spots and designated hitter with some alignment of Judge, Brett Gardner, Aaron Hicks, and Giancarlo Stanton, leaving McCutchen to either take playing time from Gardner against tough lefties or serve as purely a bench bat...

baseballprospectus.com


Alex Patton Alex
Aug 31 '18

Reportedly going to Yankees. 

van wilhoite LVW
Aug 31 '18

Andrew McCutchen gave us his play-by-play of the Giants-Dodgers fracas ... a good/funny use of 1 minute and 39 seconds :-)

Howard Lynch LynchMob
Aug 17 '18