The 2013 NL MVP, McCutchen was limited to just 59 games in his first season with the Phillies last year due to a torn ACL. While he’s not quite the player he was in his prime (now 33 years old), he possesses a great eye at the plate. His injury-shortened season ended a streak of eight straight years with at least 20 homers.
"I don’t have anything else to prove. I don’t have anything to prove to anyone."— The Athletic Philadelphia (@TheAthleticPHI) February 13, 2020
A trip home to Fort Meade, Fla., with Andrew McCutchen, who discusses his ACL rehab, the next chapter of his career and a football injury he'll never forget. @M_Montemurro: https://t.co/kDPeKMQqSJ pic.twitter.com/cbce301QI7