While Pittsburgh Fans Are Devastated over the Trade of Star Pirates Outfielder Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants, the California Team Is Celebrating [Derived Headline]

By Signorini, Renatta | Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, January 16, 2018 | Go to article overview

While Pittsburgh Fans Are Devastated over the Trade of Star Pirates Outfielder Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants, the California Team Is Celebrating [Derived Headline]


Signorini, Renatta, Tribune-Review/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


While Pittsburgh fans are devastated over the trade of star Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants, the California team is celebrating.

He was welcomed with open arms by the Giants organization and its players Monday after news of the trade broke.

Those welcoming him included former Pirates pitcher Mark Melancon.

at 26 MPH @TheCutch22 can get from PNC Park to AT&T Park in exactly 98 hours, 48 minutes. Welcome to the @SFGiants! https://t.co/UnWUwVJfsp— Mark Melancon (@Mark_Melancon_) January 15, 2018

e_SClBMcCutchen, a former MVP and face of the franchise, was traded by the Pirates in exchange for pitcher Kyle Crick, a minor league outfielder and $500,000 worth of international pool space. The move was the second to stun Pirates fans — pitcher Gerrit Cole was traded on Saturday to the Houston Astros for four players.

The Giants have won eight World Series titles, with the most recent coming in 2014.

Giants right fielder Hunter Pence dubbed Monday “Cutch Day.”

“Welcome to the Giants, baby, let’s go!” he said in an Instagram video.

Happy CUTCH Day!

[: @hunterpence // Instagram stories] #SFGiants pic.twitter.com/BFCRPNFOtQ— San Francisco Giants (@SFGiants) January 16, 2018

Many members of the team expressed excitement over the trade.

e_SClBEager to chase birds with you in the outfield. …

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