Despite the power of #smashville and catfish, the Pittsburgh Penguins won the Stanley Cup in six games this weekend. It was their second consecutive title and their third in eight years. What was their first stop on their Stanley Cup victory tour on Tuesday? The beautiful PNC Park -- home of the Pirates:
Goalies hung out with catchers:
Backstoppers unite. pic.twitter.com/h4vDlWYmsd- Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) June 13, 2017
Cutch talked greatness with Phil Kessel - then went out and hit two homers in a 5-2 Pirates win:
And Sidney Crosby warmed up for his first pitch before the Bucs' game against the Rockies.
McCutchen talked to MLB.com's Jonathan Toye about watching the Pens in the Finals:
And about seeing the Cup in the clubhouse:
Manager Clint Hurdle even let his son stay up to watch the historic moment.
Finally, it was time for Sid the Kid to deliver from the mound. Of course, it was a strike right down the middle.
Perhaps Pittsburgh's championship fever inspired the Pirates to their fourth straight win. Pens players thoroughly enjoyed the victory and Cutch's two home runs.