Andrew McCutchen is a famous baseball personality in the United States of America. He plays for the Milwaukee Brewers of Major League Baseball as a baseball outfielder.
McCutchen was one of the best all-around outfielders in the National League during his time.
From 2011 to 2015, he was named to the National League All-Star team five times in a row and earned four consecutive Silver Slugger Awards, as well as finishing in the top five in NL MVP Award voting in each of those four years, winning the award in 2013.
McCutchen has played for the Giants, Yankees, and Phillies since leaving Pittsburgh following the 2017 season.
He slashed 27 home runs and 80 RBIs, he hit 222/.334/.444. with the Philadelphia Phillies. Last season, McCutchen’s splits were lopsided. McCutchen slashed against right-handed pitching.
In 379 plate appearances, he hit 186/.298/.352, but he slashed in 195 plate appearances against lefties. With 15 home runs, he hit 293/.405/.622.
The Brewers believe some of the disparity was due to bad luck, citing hard-hit data that suggests McCutchen was better against right-handed pitchers than the numbers imply.
After re-signing reliever Brad Boxberger, the Brewers added McCutchen as their second free-agent signing of the week.
Andrew McCutchen Parents: Meet Lorenzo McCutchen and Petrina McCutchen
Andrew McCutchen parents are Lorenzo McCutchen and Petrina McCutchen. Andrew Lorenzo’s father was a throwback runner for Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee, when he was younger.
In 1989, Lorenzo gave up his dream of becoming an NFL player and went to Florida to be with his son. Petrina, Andrew’s mother, refused to marry Lorenzo unless he was appointed Minister of Health.
On August 1, 1992, they finally walked down the aisle.