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I know most the fans don’t care about this one, but we here at Unathletic love to shine Andrew McCutchen. We love him.. PERIOD. Unfortunately, now he’s stuck with the Pirates for a while, but that just shows you he’s a loyal dude. Add another point.
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If there was absolutely one move the Pittsburgh Pirates’ ownership had to make to give their fans some hope this seemingly endless rebuilding isn’t all for naught, this was it.
After an offseason of stalling and blackballing, the Pirates surprised everyone, christening Spring Training by locking up All-Star CF Andrew McCutchen with a 6-year, $51...
The Pittsburgh Pirates agreed to terms on a six-year, $51.5 million deal with star center fielder Andrew McCutchen, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported early Monday, citing a source.
The contract, which has a club option worth $14.75 million, will buy out McCutchen's remaining arbitration seasons and at least two years of free agency.
McCutchen, 25, hit .259 with 23 home runs...
The Pittsburgh Pirates took a real step forward to putting a winner together for the first time in 20 years. The Buccos gave Andrew McCutchen a six year contract extension worth $51.5 million.
The Pirates have been slowly putting together a solid nucleus and this signing could be the real turning point for the franchise. The Pirates have not had a winning season since winning the...
Now that McCutchen is locked up, it is time for Alvarez to shine.
Today was a day for much rejoicing as the Pirates locked up their superstar center fielder, Andrew McCutchen, to an extension that would allow him to stay in Pittsburgh through 2018. It was both a great and necessary move by the club. McCutchen surely looks like he will be around for a while and will spend the prime...
From Michael Sanserino at the PG:
Source: #Pirates and Andrew McCutchen agree on a 6-year contract worth $51.5 m with a club option for $14.75 m.
— Michael Sanserino (@msanserino) March 5, 2012
When word leaked out earlier this week that McCutchen's camp was looking for a deal in the neighborhood of the deals that Jay Bruce and Justin Upton have, I figured that had to...
Continuing Major League Baseball’s trend of breaking news in the middle of the night (thanks guys!), Michael Senserino reported about an hour ago that the Pirates had agreed to a six year, $51 million contract with star center fielder Andrew McCutchen. No need to bury the lede here – this is nothing short of a fantastic signing for the Pirates.
Just 25 years old, McCutchen...
The Pittsburgh Pirates have agreed to a six-year contract extension worth $51.5mm center fielder Andrew McCutchen, Bill Brink of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports. The deal also includes a club option for $14.75mm. The deal will buyout McCutchen's first two years of free agency.
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Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen agreed to a six-year, $51.5 million deal on Monday.
The deal also included a team option for 2018 worth $14.75 million, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported.
An All-Star last season, McCutchen batted .259 with 23 homers and 89 RBIs.
McCutchen, 25, joins fellow outfielder Jose Tabata as the lone Pirates' players with long-term contracts.
With the signing of Andrew McCutchen now finalized, many fans are now asking, “Who’s next?” Based on the roster, the easy answer to that question is Neil Walker. Pat Lackey [link] and David Todd [link] and both have pretty opposite view points and both make pretty good points.
Is Neil Walker next in line for an extension?
First off, let’s talk about what we know. Neil Walker...
Blue Jays (2-2) at Pirates (2-2)
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The red-hot Pirates host the Jays today at McKechnie. Today is another online audio game–you can listen with a free MLB.com account. Here’s the link to find the game.
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With Andrew McCutchen on board for six years, is a Neil Walker extension...
A mere days before the beginning of Team FanGraphs’ annual pilgrimage to the deserts of Arizona, managing editor Dave Cameron makes his usual Monday appearance. Among the topics discussed: the upcoming SABR Analytics Conference, and a presentation Cameron will be delivering at same; some notes on the Positional Power Rankings being published at the site this week; and...
Jon from McEffect, Brian from Raise the Jolly Roger, Cory from Three Rivers Burgh Blog, and myself are back at it with the sixth of our weekly installments of the Pirates Round Table Podcast.
This week we discuss Andrew McCutchen‘s extension, Neil Walker, the first week of spring training games, wOBA, and other things going on in the world of Pirates baseball.
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