There are three drinks that come to mind when I think of Irish beer: Murphy's, Baileys, and Guiness.
Let's run through that list and see if there are any McCutchen references hidden in my collection.
Being a supercollector I have come across many other player collectors over the years. While many have bigger collections of certain players, no other collector has more artistic talent than Daniel Jacob Horine and his popflypopshop
Daniel is a big time Dale Murphy collector and recently released another limited Dale Murphy art print based on the reverse negative Upper Deck card.
Dave Parker print he did. He currently has a fantastic Billy Ripken "F face" print available.
I also think of Dropkick Murphy, a Boston band, that requested former Red Sox closer not to use their song, Shipping up to Boston, when Jonathan Papelbon left Boston to join the Philadelphia Phillies for the 2012 season.
In 4 career plate appearances, Cutch went 0 for 3 with a walk versus Papelbon.
I don't have any Cutch related items, but Papelbon's 2014 Bowman card is taken from a game that he got Andrew McCutchen to pop out to the catcher and eventually recorded the save when he got Pedro Alvarez to strike out looking.
No for the best option of the Irish drinks: Baileys
Bailey does have the rare feat of throwing a no hitter against the Pirates. It occurred on September 28th, 2012. The only base runner that was Bailey's doing was a walk to Andrew McCutchen.
In 54 at bats, Cutch managed to get 16 hits while also piling on 11 walks. While not getting many extra base hits, Cutch was still able to get on base at a .424 clip versus the Christian Bale doppelganger.
While on base, Cutch also swiped four bags.
Well I got nothing, but think if there was a category for Guiness record for most Andrew McCutchen items, I might be in the discussion for holding that record.