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  1. Shane Victorino is a World Champion of baseball once again

    Oct 31, 2013, 11:51 AM EDT

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    There’s just something awesome about Shane Victorino with the bases loaded in the postseason. The Flyin’ Hawaiian made his mark on history once again last night when he ripped a bases clearing double high off the Green Monster to put the Red Sox up for good last night en route to the Red Sox defeating…

  2. What Phillies can learn from Red Sox rebuild: Sign short-term deals, survive bad deals, keep players motivated

    Oct 25, 2013, 1:44 PM EDT

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    Last year, the Red Sox skidded to a 93-loss finish and, all things considered, one of the biggest underachievements in recent sports memory. This year, and after an 8-1 lathering of the Cardinals in Game 1, they’re three wins from a World Series crown. No matter the outcome, they’ve already capped a turnaround that’s nothing…

  3. I guess I’m pulling for Shane Victorino in the World Series

    Oct 23, 2013, 4:05 PM EDT

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    The World Series between the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals gets underway this evening up at Fenway Park. With the hopes of Philadelphia bringing a trophy back to Citizens Bank Park shelved for at least another year or five, the only logical rooting interest in this matchup is to pull for the…

  4. Every Ex-Phillies Outfielder Is Having an Awesome Season

    Sep 9, 2013, 12:15 PM EDT

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    A rotating cast of Cesar Hernandez, Darin Ruf, John Mayberry Jr. and Freddy Galvis (!) certainly isn’t what most Phillies fans would have ever pictured the team’s outfield looking like a couple years ago–hell, even at the beginning of this season–and though injuries (to Dom Brown and Ben Revere, namely) have much to do with…

  5. Hi Shane! Victorino Still Finding Himself Involved with Fan Beverages

    Sep 5, 2013, 3:29 PM EDT

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    What’s the deal with Shane Victorino and fans evacuating their frosty beverages from their cups? You surely remember the time a fan at Wrigley Field felt the need to shower Shane with a little Old Style while attempting to make a catch. Anyway, as you can see in the above video (via Hot Clicks), Shane…

  6. Shane Victorino Receives Standing Ovation from Philly Fans

    May 30, 2013, 8:45 AM EDT

    May 29, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Former Philadelphia Phillies and current Boston Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino (18) receives a standing ovation as he is honored during the fourth inning at Citizens Bank Park. Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

    Shane Victorino received a very warm welcome during the Phillies win over the Red Sox on Wednesday night at Citizens Bank Park in South Philadelphia. Perhaps it helped that Shane was not suited up to play due to his current DL stint, so he was not slapping grandslams against our hometown nine, but the Philly…

  7. Injured Shane Victorino Misses Philly, Made Trip Because He Wanted to See the Fans, Almost Drops a ‘No Questions Asked’

    May 29, 2013, 6:17 PM EDT

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    Shane Victorino will forever be a member of the 2008 WFC Philadelphia Phillies. There’s still a soft spot in all of our hearts for the hyper outfielder who now plays for the Boston Red Sox. His departure wasn’t something many Philly fans got overly upset about — though some did — mostly because the Phillies…

  8. GIF: Sometimes We All Miss Shane Victorino (Getting Smacked)

    May 23, 2013, 2:02 PM EDT

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    The context of this amazing high five attempt between Boston Red Sox pitcher Koji Uehara and former Phillie Shane Victorino really doesn’t matter, but the Flying Hawaiian’s reaction to getting smacked is a reminder of just how much fun he could be to have around the clubhouse. GIF by the folks at Deadspin. And if…

  9. Wall Sneaks Up On Shane Victorino In Brutal Collision That Sends Him to Hospital

    May 13, 2013, 7:15 AM EDT

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    When Shane Victorino used to make things interesting in center field at Citizens Bank Park — and he did that with some frequency — it seemed to happen more on plays in front of him rather than behind him. He hasn’t been playing at Fenway Park nearly as long as he did in Philadelphia, and…