Center fielder Andrew McCutchen is having a huge month of May. Even after going 0-for-3 on Sunday, McCutchen is hitting for a .396 average (21-for-53) with a double, triple, seven home runs, 13 RBI, 12 runs scored and a .900 slugging percentage in his first 16 games this month.

“I don’t know,” McCutchen said with a laugh on why club's are still pitching to him, after blasting two two-run homers against Detroit on Saturday.

"Some of it, I just think they think they can get him out," Manager Clint Hurdle said. "The guy that day thinks he can get him out. That’s about all I got. They think they can get him out."

McCutchen has recorded two multi home run games in his last three games on Thursday and Saturday. The only other Pittsburgh player in the last 25 years to record two multi-ho...

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