All posts tagged "Andrew McCutchen"

  • Pirates Notebook
    Pirates Notebook: Notes from the First Series

    Three games into the 2013 season the Pirates are 1-2 and for the most part have not been able to consistently put the ball into play. Andrew McCutchen, not surprisingly, has not been one of the players that hasn’t had that problem. Yesterday in the Pirates Pregame we talked about his commitment...

  • Game Recaps
    Seeing Similarities in the Pirates’ Two Losses

    The Pittsburgh Pirates couldn’t complete a ninth-inning comeback in their 3-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs and it there was a sense of déjà vu to the game. Much like in the Opening Day loss, the Pirates got a strong outing from its starting pitcher. James McDonald allowed just two hits and...

  • Analysis
    Pirates Pregame: McCutchen Making Moves on the Base Paths

    Last season the Pittsburgh Pirates finished last in the National League with 73 stolen bases. Andrew McCutchen led the club with 20 stolen bases, but that was down from 23 in 2011. So far this season, McCutchen has two stolen bases in as many games and said being more aggressive while on...

  • Season Previews
    Pittsburgh Pirates 2013 Season Preview: 21 Questions to Answer

    It's Opening Day, those two sweet words marking an event beloved by fans of all 30 teams. No more frivolous exhibition games or exaggerated position battles. It's a day indisputably tied to ideas of hope, but also to wondering and questions that will take 162 games to answer. Tom and Tim gave...

  • Season Previews
    Pittsburgh Pirates 2013 Season Preview: The Outfield

    It should be an interesting season for the Pirates outfield. At one position you have a perennial All-Star entering the prime of his career with the weight of a fan base on his shoulders. At another position you have a raw talent entering his first full major league season and a potential revolving door...

  • Analysis
    Is Cost Certainty Better Than Roster Flexibility?

    Is it better to have cost certainty or payroll flexibility when building a team?

  • Analysis
    Andrew McCutchen Wins Silver Slugger Award

    Major League Baseball announced the 2012 Silver Slugger award winners, and Andrew McCutchen was named one of the winners. The award was the first Silver Slugger for McCutchen, and he became the first Pirate to win the award since Jack Wilson in 2004. McCutchen led the National League in hits with 194,...

  • Analysis
    McCutchen Named Finalist for National League MVP

    Finalists for the National League Most Valuable Player Award were announced on MLB Network tonight and Pirates Andrew McCutchen was named one of five finalists for the MVP Award. McCutchen, along with Milwaukee's Ryan Braun, San Diego's Chase Headley, St. Louis' Yadier Molina and San Francisco's Buster Posey were the others nominated for...

  • First Pitch
    First Pitch: McCutchen Wasn’t the Pirate That Deserved a Gold Glove

    My tweet tonight immediately after Andrew McCutchen won a gold glove: Andrew McCutchen hits his way to his first career Gold Glove. It received several retweets, which I can only assume is other people mocking what has become of the Gold Glove award. The Gold Glove award is supposed to recognize defense....

  • Analysis
    Andrew McCutchen Wins First Gold Glove

    Major League Baseball and Rawlings announced today that Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen won his first Gold Glove among National League Center Fielders. McCutchen beat out Atlanta's Michael Bourn and Cincinnati's Drew Stubbs for the award. McCutchen finished the 2012 season with a 135-game errorless streak and led all National League...

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