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Andrew McCutchen posts gender reveal for Baby #2 on Instagram

Chris Pastrick
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Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Andrew McCutchen’s son Steel is about to have a baby brother — as Cutch announced on Instagram that he and wife Maria Hanslovan are expecting a boy in December.

Former Pittsburgh Pirates star Andrew McCutchen is a fan of gender reveals.

He did one back in 2017 when he and his wife, Maria Hanslovan, announced the sex of their first child, a son: Steel.

He’s done it again — this time for Baby No. 2.

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Baby boy #2 coming this December!!! 💙

A post shared by Andrew McCutchen (@cutchtwenty2) on

It’s a boy again.

“Baby boy #2 coming this December!!!,” McCutchen posted.

The Philadelphia Phillies outfielder tore his ACL — ending his season — on June 3 in a game against the San Diego Padres.

The team posted back, “Congratulations!!!”

Fellow MLB’ers — like David Freese and Evan Longoria — posted their congrats.

Chris Pastrick is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Chris at 412-320-7898, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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