Andrew McCutchen continues to dominate National League pitching. Today it was announced he once again was the winner of the National League Player of the Week.
It was three games of dominance for McCutchen that won him the award, the first time since Jason Bay won it back-to-back.
Cutch hit .583 (7-for-12) while being first in all of Major League Baseball with an insane 1.333 slugging percentage.
The Pirates center fielder had 16 total bases and tied the ML lead with bombs. He was first in OBP with a .643 and second in hits.
McCutchen is carrying the Bucco offense and sits atop MLB with a .371 batting average and .651 slugging percentage and ranks second with 119 hits.
What a year….so far!