Robert Nutting is a 60-years-old American Politician from the United States of America. his estimated net worth is $1 Million to $5 Million Approx. Jump into read his life Facts, Wikipedia and biographies Details
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He has been the subject of harsh criticism due to trades the team made in the 2017-2018 offseason, moving pitcher Gerrit Cole to the Houston Astros, and center-fielder Andrew McCutchen to the San Francisco Giants in an apparent fire sale. Following the two trades, Pirates fans began signing a petition on Change.org forcing Nutting to sell the team to someone who would make the team more competitive. The McCutchen trade did net pitcher Kyle Crick and outfielder Bryan Reynolds. The former made 116 appearances as a late-inning reliever for the Pirates in 2018 and 2019, and the latter finished 7th in the N.L. batting race with a .314 mark as a rookie in 2019. Nonetheless, the trades, along with similar trades made that offseason by the Miami Marlins, has led to the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA) to investigate both teams on whether or not they are using their revenue sharing funds to improve the team’s on-field performance, as required in the current collective bargaining agreement. On February 23, 2018, MLBPA filed a formal grievance against the Pirates, Marlins, Oakland Athletics, and Tampa Bay Rays over the teams use of revenue sharing funds, which MLB responded that the claims had “no merit”; the grievance was never heard.. Miami (63-98) was the only team named in the grievance to post a losing record in 2018. Oakland went 97-65 and captured an A.L. Wild Card spot and Tampa Bay (90-72) and Pittsburgh (82-79) finished above .500.
On February 1, 2018, it was reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the Weirton Medical Center, a major advertiser for three of Nutting’s papers (Weirton Daily Times in Weirton, West Virginia, Herald-Star in Steubenville, Ohio, and The Review in East Liverpool, Ohio), were pulling its ads from the papers over “the failure of the Pirates to craft a deal to keep Andrew McCutchen a Pirate.”
The highlight of Nutting’s tenure as owner of the Pirates to date has been the three-year period from 2013 to 2015 when Pittsburgh compiled a 280-206 record (.576 winning percentage). It was the second-best mark in Major League Baseball during that period behind only N.L. Central Division rival St. Louis (287-199). The Pirates captured an N.L. Wild Card spot each of those three seasons. In 2013, they compiled 94-68 mark and defeated Cincinnati in the Wild Card Game before losing to St. Louis in the Division Series. Pittsburgh went 88-74 and 98-64 during the regular season in 2014 and 2015, but lost to San Francisco and Chicago respectively in the Wild Card Game. The Pirates hosted all three of those Wild Card contests at PNC Park.
Nutting is currently the Chairman of Seven Springs Mountain Resort, a four-season resort located approximately 50 miles southeast of Pittsburgh. In late 2013, Nutting acquired nearby Hidden Valley Resort when it was purchased by Seven Springs.
Due to Nutting’s perceived tendency to put profits ahead of a competitive product on the field, he is often ranked in both the local press and nationally as one of the worst owners in sports, earning the nickname “Bottom-Line Bob”. Despite being the 10th richest owner in MLB, the Pirates have constantly been in the bottom third of payroll under his direct ownership and that of his predecessor and former business partner Kevin McClatchy when Nutting was a minority partner. Following McClatchy turning away Dallas Mavericks owner and Mt. Lebanon native Mark Cuban from buying the team around the time the Nutting family was becoming majority owners, Nutting has also turned down bids by Pittsburgh Penguins owners Mario Lemieux & Ron Burkle, as well as Pittsburgh Steelers minority owner Thomas Tull, insisting that the team isn’t for sale.
Nutting led the construction of the Pirates’ new training academy in the Dominican Republic, which had its grand opening on April 30, 2009. The facility was built on a 46-acre site just outside Santo Domingo, and included two full fields, a half field, batting cages, clubhouses, dorm rooms and class rooms. In 2007, he had also led the efforts to modernize Pirate City and McKechnie Field, the Pirates’ spring training facilities in Bradenton, Florida. Pirate City improvements included a new dormitory, clubhouse, staff offices, enhanced training/rehab facilities and a fifth field. Lights were installed at McKechnie Field, making night baseball possible there for the first time in 2008. In order to take further advantage of the upgraded facilities, Nutting led the purchase of a Florida State League franchise, the Bradenton Marauders. The addition of the Class A-Advanced affiliate was part of an effort to further the development of Pirates minor league players, in addition to rehabilitation assignments for major league players.
Nutting became the sixth principal owner in Pirates history on January 12, 2007. He has served as Chairman of the Board and represented his family’s interest in the club since 2002. The Nutting family had become the largest shareholders in the Pirates at some point after 2005 (the exact date is not known since the Pirates are privately held), and eventually acquired controlling interest. However, Kevin McClatchy remained CEO and operating head of the franchise until the end of the 2007 season.
Robert Nutting (born March 29, 1962 in Wheeling, West Virginia) is a businessman and sports team owner. He is currently principal owner and chairman of the board of the Pittsburgh Pirates, a Major League Baseball team. His other business activities include serving as president & CEO of Ogden Newspapers Inc. and chairman of Seven Springs Mountain Resort, Hidden Valley Resort, and Laurel Mountain Ski Area.
Nutting was born on March 29, 1962 in Wheeling, West Virginia. He earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Nutting enjoys the outdoors enjoying his time fly fishing, skiing and flying his personal twin-engine aircraft. Nutting and his wife, Leslie, have three daughters.
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|Real Name||Robert Nutting|
Age, Birthdate, Religion, and BirthPlace
|Age (2021)||60 Years|
|Date Of Birth||March 29, 1962|
|Food Habits||Not Available|
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Robert Nutting Personal Life, Spouse, Wife
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Robert Nutting Net Worth
The Robert Nutting Estimated Net worth is $80K – USD $85k.
|Monthly Income/Salary (approx.)||$80K – $85k USD|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$4 million- $6 million USD|
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