Milwaukee Brewers sign Andrew McCutchen: It's official

PHILADELPHIA, PA - SEPTEMBER 24: Andrew McCutchen #22 of the Philadelphia Phillies in action against the Pittsburgh Pirates in a game at Citizens Bank Park on September 24, 2021 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Rich Schultz/Getty Images)

The Milwaukee Brewers have signed free-agent outfielder Andrew McCutchen to a one-year contract.

A news release from the Brewers says McCutchen, 35, is a career .280/.373/.476 hitter with 270 HR, 933 RBI and 197 stolen bases in 1,761 games over 13 seasons with Pittsburgh (2009-17), San Francisco (2018), New York-AL (2018) and Philadelphia (2019-21). He is a five-time All-Star (2011-15), four-time Silver Slugger Award winner (2012-15), a 2012 Gold Glove Award winner and the 2013 National League Most Valuable Player.

McCutchen batted .222/.334/.444 with 27 HR and 80 RBI in 144 games with the Phillies last season. His home run and RBI totals were his most since 2017. He hit .293/.405/.622 with 15 HR against left-handed pitching in 2021 (48-for-164) and is a career .307/.403/.552 hitter with 84 HR against lefties (474-for-1,543). 

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The longtime division rival is a career .289/.350/.581 hitter with 23 HR and 61 RBI in 77 games at American Family Field.


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