// Shane Victorino

Video: Shane Victorino Doubles off Green Monster to give Red Sox lead in Game 6

Shane Victorino hit a three-run double off the Green Monster during the third inning in Game 6 of the World Series off Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha. Check out the video: Your browser does not support iframes.

Video: Shane Victorino Hits Grand Slam in Game 6 of ALCS

Shane Victorino’s grand slam in Game 6 of the ALCS gave the Red Sox a 5-2 lead in the seventh inning. Check out the swing: Your browser does not support iframes.

Red Sox Beat Tigers 5-2 in Game 6, Advance to World Series

With one swing of the bat, Shane Victorino turned a 2-1 Tigers lead in Game 6 of the ALCS into a 5-2 lead for the Red Sox with an emphatic grand slam over the Green Monster. With that swing, Victorino earned every bit of the $13 million per season he signed for the previous offseason.

Red Sox Advance to ALCS with 3-1 Win Over Rays

They may be itchy, they may be unruly, but the beards will live to grow another day. The Boston Red Sox will be playing in the American League Championship Series. Shane Victorino drove in the go-ahead run in the 7th inning with an infield hit, Craig Breslow recorded five huge outs in relief of Jake […]

Red Sox May Regret Letting Papelbon Walk in Free Agency

On Sept. 28, 2011, Jonathan Papelbon threw his last pitch as a member of the Boston Red Sox. A 1-1 splitter to the Orioles’ Robert Andino was smacked into left field for a walk off RBI hit to end Boston’s season in a dramatic collapse for the ages. The Red Sox would move on from […]

2013 Red Sox Midseason Report Card

The Red Sox find themselves atop the American League East after the unofficial first half of the season, so let’s take a look at what’s gone right and what hasn’t for this 2013 team as I present a report card on the five key aspects of the team. Starting Pitching The Red Sox have used […]

Is it Too Early to Call the Shane Victorino Signing a Bust?

One of the biggest additions to the Red Sox offseason was outfielder Shane Victorino. Victorino signed with the Red Sox for three years and $39 million. It was debated whether the Sox hit or missed with the signing, seeing that Victorino has declined in past seasons. As of now, Victorino is batting with a .285 avg with 3 […]

Video: Uehara Tries to Speed Up Victorino’s Trip to the DL

On Friday, the Boston Red Sox made a flurry of moves, sending Ryan Lavarnway down to activate catcher David Ross from the 7-day disabled list, and calling up Jose Iglesias and Alfredo Aceves in response to placing Will Middlebrooks and Shane Victorino to the 15-day disabled list. For Red Sox reliever Koji Uehara, Victorino’s trip […]

Red Sox Win Fifth Straight as Mike Napoli, Daniel Nava Drive in Two Runs Each

The Boston Red Sox are in line to sweep the Cleveland Indians on the road after a 6-3 victory on Wednesday night. The Red Sox have now won five straight and stand 10-4 on the young season. The game started off great as the Red Sox’ first five hitters got on base against Justin Masterson […]

Red Sox on Pace for Perfect Season after 7-4 Win Over Yankees

Clay Buchholz pitched 7 strong innings and the Boston Red Sox took advantage of Hiroki Kuroda‘s early exit to beat the New York Yankees, 7-4. According to the Associated Press, the second straight win in the Bronx marks the first 2-0 start for the Red Sox since 1999. For all the doubters who wondered whether […]

ESPN’s Offseason Grade for Red Sox is Not Too Far Off

About a month ago, ESPN put up an article about the grade of all the moves and different positions that the Boston Red Sox, and every other MLB team, made, and the Red Sox received a B. That’s it a straight-out B. I may be an optimist with this team, but I think this type […]

2013 Red Sox Depth Chart: Outfield – Jacoby Ellsbury, Shane Victorino, Jonny Gomes

The Red Sox outfield has the chance to be the heart of the 2013 Red Sox. Led by Jacoby Ellsbury, this group features newcomers Jonny Gomes and Shane Victorino, and possibly new acquisition Mike Carp. Jacoby Ellsbury Show me what you got, pretty boy.  Sure, we’ve all gotten drunk and screamed those very words at […]

To Spend or Save? Are the Red Sox Better Off?

When the infamous Megadeal took place in August, a new realm of possibilities opened up for the Red Sox going forward. With almost all significant contracts either expiring or dumped onto the Dodgers, Boston essentially had $105 MM to burn…or use responsibly, because that would be cool too. The Red Sox were no longer crippled […]

The 2013 Season Will Be a Make or Break Year for Ben Cherington

Ben Cherington showed that he was ready to take charge when he traded Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett, Carl Crawford, and Nick Punto to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Allen Webster, Ruby De La Rosa, James Loney, and other prospects. The Dodgers will absorb about $260 million of salary, which will free up some money for the Sox […]

Boston Red Sox Outfield Good Enough to Compete in 2013

With the additions of Shane Victorino and Jonny Gomes to complete the outfield for the Boston Red Sox, there is really no need to worry about the outfield situation for 2013. The fourth outfield spot is either going to be taken by Daniel Nava or Ryan Kalish and either one will make a good fit […]