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Absolute Andrew

Pirates All-Star Andrew McCutchen moves from centerfield to center stage, sporting the latest designer coats, suits and jackets for winter.



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Photos by Natalie Morris
 

 

Andrew McCutchen hits men’s fashion out of the park with outerwear and suits for the season. Since Andrew is a name synonymous with our city's most influential figures, we took McCutchen (or Cutch, as he's known to serious fans) to some venues that bear that moniker — like Andrew Carnegie's Museum of Art and Music Hall, and the Warhol-inspired Andys wine bar at Fairmont Pittsburgh.

The stylish urbanite and Pirates outfielder had a breakout season this year, emerging as one of the most skilled five-tool players in baseball; day in and day out, Cutch demonstrated power, ferocious fielding, unyielding arm strength, serious speed and a formidable average (no wonder he just received his first Gold Glove).

Off the field, McCutchen has teamed up with The Pittsburgh Promise and Pittsburgh Perry High School's baseball program to create Cutch's Crew, a team of 14 students. Every month, Cutch shares his love of the game with the young ballplayers — offering the group a rare chance for up-close-and-personal training from an All-Star. Here, McCutchen shows us the swagger behind a season of grand-slam style.



 


Prepare for a wall of winter weather to hit with this water- and wind-resistant city coat ($1,250) by Canali — a winning staple for the cold months ahead. Outside of Andys, McCutchen pairs the jacket with a slate-gray cashmere scarf ($335), also by Canali. Clothing from Larrimor's. His Gents Highway Man Spinning Ring ($625) in black rhodium sterling silver and 18 karat rose gold with black sapphires designed by Stephen Webster is available at Orr's Jewelers.

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