The Andrew McCutchen Report

by Bill Chuck on September 4, 2013

In the Pirates 4-3 win over the Brewers Last night, Andrew McCutchen hit his 18th homer of the season.

It was McCutchen’s 100th homer for his career and puts him into a select group of Pirates.

All-time Pirates home run leaders

Rk Player HR From To Age G PA AB
1 Willie Stargell 475 1962 1982 22-42 2360 9027 7927
2 Ralph Kiner 301 1946 1953 23-30 1095 4732 3913
3 Roberto Clemente 240 1955 1972 20-37 2433 10211 9454
4 Barry B*nds 176 1986 1992 21-27 1010 4255 3584
5 Dave Parker 166 1973 1983 22-32 1301 5267 4848
6 Brian Giles 165 1999 2003 28-32 715 3114 2541
7 Frank Thomas 163 1951 1958 22-29 925 3838 3455
8 Jason Bay 139 2003 2008 24-29 719 3038 2590
9 Bill Mazeroski 138 1956 1972 19-35 2163 8379 7755
10 Kevin Young 136 1992 2003 23-34 1150 4209 3765
11 Al Oliver 135 1968 1977 21-30 1302 5424 5026
12 Richie Hebner 128 1968 1983 20-35 1140 4436 3892
13 Andy Van Slyke 117 1987 1994 26-33 1057 4441 3922
14 Dick Stuart 117 1958 1962 25-29 559 2213 2015
15 Bobby Bonilla 114 1986 1991 23-28 843 3485 3060
16 Bill Robinson 109 1975 1982 32-39 805 2649 2451
17 Paul Waner 109 1926 1940 23-37 2155 9536 8429
18 Al Martin 107 1992 1999 24-31 897 3583 3241
19 Bob Robertson 106 1967 1976 20-29 750 2510 2182
20 Donn Clendenon 106 1961 1968 25-32 982 3865 3522
21 Andrew McCutchen 100 2009 2013 22-26 712 3079 2677
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Generated 9/4/2013.

A very select group of Pirates

The Pirates 100 HR/100 SB club

Rk Player HR SB From To Age G PA AB
1 Barry B*nds 176 251 1986 1992 21-27 1010 4255 3584
2 Dave Parker 166 123 1973 1983 22-32 1301 5267 4848
3 Andy Van Slyke 117 134 1987 1994 26-33 1057 4441 3922
4 Paul Waner 109 100 1926 1940 23-37 2155 9536 8429
5 Al Martin 107 152 1992 1999 24-31 897 3583 3241
6 Andrew McCutchen 100 125 2009 2013 22-26 712 3079 2677
Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Play Index Tool Used
Generated 9/4/2013.

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