Andrew McCutchen

Andrew McCutchen Fantasy

0.201 181st
3.8 216th
0.374 98th
0.835 126th
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Height / Weight
5' 11" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
10/10/1986 (33)

Season Logs

Last 10 Games

Andrew McCutchen News

Andrew McCutchen, Jay Bruce Could Split DH Role

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen (knee) could be used frequently in the designated hitter spot early in the season so that he can ease his way into a tight schedule while coming off a torn ACL. But when he's ready for the outfield full time, veteran outfielder Jay Bruce could be the primary option at DH. He's still a 20-30-homer threat when in the lineup regularly, and the Phillies would benefit from taking his glove off the field. Corner infield prospect Alec Bohm could see his timeline accelerated with another lineup spot. Bruce hit 26 homers in only 310 at-bats last year, but he also hit only .216, giving fantasy owners boom-or-bust power late. Cutch is far from a star at 33 years old coming off a major injury, but he sees a boost now that he should be ready for the start of the 2020 season.

19 days ago
Andrew McCutchen Will Be Ready When Baseball Resumes

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen(knee) confirmed he will be ready to play when MLB can resume after the season was delayed due to the coronavirus. The veteran outfielder has been out since last June with a torn ACL and would have missed the start of the regular season if it started on March 26. McCutchen has been working out in Florida and said that when the season does begin, he will be ready. McCutchen was the Phillies primary leadoff hitter before his injury last season and should serve in that role again in 2020. McCutchen has a .378 on-base percentage in his career and would be a useful fantasy asset in all formats leading off for a strong Phillies lineup.

3 months ago
Andrew McCutchen Won't Be Ready For Opening Day

Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen (knee) won't be ready for Opening Day but should be back sometime in April, according to Jim Salisbury. While it's unfortunate McCutchen won't be there to start the season, he should be a solid fantasy contributor for most of the year, as he's currently projected to bat leadoff for a stacked Phillies lineup. McCutchen led off all 59 games he played last season and scored 45 runs in those games. Entering his age-33 season, he's never had a season in the majors with a walk rate in the single digits and has had an on-base percentage above .360 three straight years. An ADP outside the top 200 is good value for someone with his run-scoring upside. Roman Quinn and Kyle Garlick could benefit the most from some extra playing to begin the year with McCutchen injured.

4 months ago