On Wednesday, Andrew McCutchen unveiled a brand new hairstyle that did away with eight years worth of hair. As promised, McCutchen’s locks have been collected by the MLB and they have been put up for auction. Bidders can bid on anywhere between one and 10 locks and each winning bid will also get a signed
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Some of the most famous locks in baseball are no more.
Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen shared the news (and video) on Wednesday that he is now sporting a much shorter hairdo.
McCutchen's old hair will be auctioned off on MLB.com with proceeds going to various Pirates charities.
Here is the before and after:
According to the Bible, Samson’s power derived from his long, flowing hair. The Pittsburgh Pirates are hoping Andrew McCutchen’s skills come from other means.
Wednesday, the 2013 National League MVP chopped off his signature lengthy locks.
“No big reason, really,” McCutchen said. “It’s just time for a new change.”
And in case you were wondering, the outfielder’s...
Andrew McCutchen is proving the Clark Kent effect, only instead of shedding glasses, he cut his hair.
The Pittsburgh Pirates’ formerly dreadlocked outfielder went into the phone booth and came out looking like a completely different person, so much so that you probably wouldn’t recognize him at first. Rob Biertempfel, who covers the Bucs for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, tweeted...
There are less than two weeks remaining before the start of the regular season. I detailed the bullpen situation for the Pittsburgh Pirates today, noting the players who are competing for the final two spots. There are about four players competing for those spots, but beyond those four players, the Pirates have eight pitchers in camp who have no shot at making the team. That means...
Andrew McCutchen was hitless in two at-bats in his return to the Pirates' lineup, and Steve Pearce homered against his former team to lead the Baltimore Orioles over Pittsburgh 9-2 on Tuesday.
McCutchen, the 2013 National League MVP, was out 10 days with lower-body soreness. He has a .143 batting average in six spring training games.
Orioles starter Ubaldo Jiminez had his best...
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Some good news if you were worried about Andrew McCutchen’s status: the MVP will return to the Pirates’ lineup tomorrow against the Orioles.
. @thecutch22 returns in tomorrow’s #Pirates lineup against the Orioles. Jung-ho Kang also playing second base.
A photo posted by Pirates Prospects (@piratesprospects) on Mar 23, 2015 at 7:37am PDT
McCutchen last played on March...
One of the biggest surprises of 2014 for the Pittsburgh Pirates was how the offense of Pedro Alvarez declined substantially. After having a great season in 2013 hitting 36 home runs and 100 runs batted in, Alvarez struggled in 2014 while battling injuries all season. His numbers were virtually cut in half as he hit 18 home runs and 56 runs batted in while playing in 122 games. Alvarez...
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They don’t make many players as balanced as Andrew McCutchen, which is why he comes in as the fifth-ranked player in our top 200 rankings. But don’t take my word for it — our trusty...
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I’m a day behind on this story, but I think it’s an important one to weigh in on. Yesterday Bob Nutting talked to Rob Biertempfel at the Trib, saying that he’d like Andrew McCutchen to be a Pirate for a “long, long time” and Biertempfel’s sources indicated that while the Pirates are not actively engaged in extension talks with McCutchen, that the team would be willing...