A year ago, the baseball world was wondering if lifelong Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen would be traded. Imagining Cutch anywhere but Pittsburgh seemed weird, because he’s so connected to the city.
Cutch didn’t end up being traded, and he had a nice bounce-back season in center field. But in case he ever does get traded, McCutchen found a way to keep the sprit of Pittsburgh with him for the rest of his life.
Steel Stefan McCutchen born 11/27/17 at 3:21 AM. 8lbs 15oz. I am so thankful for a healthy baby and wife. Watching my wife go thru this journey has made me appreciate,respect and love her even more than I already do. She literally is Superwoman in my eyes. Now, here lays my son. Seeing you for the first time is something I cannot put into words. I am already a proud daddy! Thank you God for giving me the gift of a baby boy!Okay I gotta go and stare at him some more☺️
A post shared by Andrew McCutchen (@cutchtwenty2) on Nov 29, 2017 at 3:16pm PST
On Monday, McCutchen and his wife Maria Hanslovan welcomed their first child into the world. It’s a boy, and he has the most Pittsburgh name ever: Steel Stefan McCutchen.
Even if Steel wasn’t a Pittsburgh reference, it’s a totally righteous name. And the way Cutch ends that post is so adorable: “Okay, I gotta go stare at him some more.” Pretty much all parents are madly in love with their newborn babies, but it’s still delightful.
Cutch giving his son such a Pittsburgh name got us thinking about the other Pittsburgh names he could have used. In case he has another child, the Yahoo Sports gang came up with a list of other city-related names he should keep in his back pocket.
Bonds Bonilla McCutchen
Immaculata Bradshaw McCutchen
Rivers McCutchen III
Warhol Primanti McCutchen
Giant Eagle McCutchen
Inclinetrain Yinz McCutchen
No charge for these suggestions, Cutch. Just keep them in mind when you welcome your next kid!
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