Andrew McCutchen Sure Seems To Think He Still Belongs In Center


by Deadspin

Andrew McCutchen became a reluctant transplant to right field this season after he pretty much bombed out of center. The move happened after a long and cold standoff between McCutchen and the Pirates—one that very nearly led to him being traded—but eventually the Pirates “convinced” McCutchen to move over and let Starling Marte patrol center.

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