LF,CF,DH - PHI
Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen went 2-for-4 with two solo home runs in Tuesday's win over the Milwaukee Brewers. The homers were his third and fourth of the season.
McCutchen is still batting just .191 on the season, but he does have hits in five of his last seven games and has a more palatable .311 OBP for managers in OBP leagues.
Andrew McCutchen went 1-for-4 with a home run and a RBI during Sunday's loss against the Mets.
Going deep for the second time this year, McCutchen drove in his ninth run to give the Phillies a first-inning lead. The outfielder is batting .179 for the season.
Andrew McCutchen went 1-for-3, walking once and driving in a run during Wednesday's win in St. Louis.
McCutchen's 2021 batting average continues to hover below the Mendoza line, currently standing at .162. The 34-year-old will hopefully turn around the slow April start as the season progresses.
Andrew McCutchen is absent from Tuesday's lineup against the Cardinals.
McCutchen is hitting just .154 with a .531 OPS to begin the season. He'll be at risk of losing playing time if he doesn't turn it around soon.
Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen went 1-for-4 with a walk and a stolen base in Wednesday's win over the San Francisco Giants. The steal was his second of the season.
McCutchen continues to lead off for the Phillies despite his slow start to the season. Through 16 games, he is batting .164 with five runs scored, one home run, five RBI, and two stolen bases, but his 12 walks do boost his on-base percentage to .313.