Andrew McCutchen is a professional baseball outfielder in the United States. He bats right and throws right for the Milwaukee Brewers.
The Pittsburgh Pirates selected Andrew 11th overall in the first round of the 2005 MLB Draft during his time at the University of Florida.
As a result, he left the University of Florida and joined the Pirates on a $1.9 million bonus contract. He was a member of the Rookie GCL Pirates and the Class A- Williamsport Crosscutters in his first season.
In 210 at-bats, he hit.310/.419, /.433, with 2 home runs and 17 stolen bases.
McCutchen began the 2006 season as a full-time professional player, appearing for the Class A Hickory Crawdads for nearly the whole season.
He also began the South Atlantic League’s All-Star team, making him a postseason SAL All-Star.
Aside from that, he spent part of his season with the Class AA Altoona Curve, hitting.294/.359/.450 with 17 home runs and 23 stolen bases in 531 at-bats.
As a result, the Pirates named him Minor League Player of the Year towards the end of the year.
When Did Andrew McCutchen Win The MVP?
Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates was named the National League’s Most Valuable Player in 2013.
For the first time, he beat out fellow candidates Paul Goldschmidt and Yadier Molina to win the league’s top individual award.
McCutchen got the award by hitting.317 with a.404 on-base percentage, smashing 21 home runs, and stealing 27 bases throughout the course of the season.