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By David Keene
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Topic - Shane Victorino
The Boston Red Sox placed right fielder Shane Victorino on the 15-day disabled list for the second time this season.
There are no scoring debates when Red Sox slugger David Ortiz hits towering home runs and scorching liners into the right-field corner.
Tampa Bay's bullpen provided little in the way of relief on a frigid spring night at Fenway Park.
Never one to take a lot of time between pitches, John Lackey had extra motivation to throw quickly and get out of the biting chill at Fenway Park.
Boston Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino has been activated from the disabled list and inserted into the lineup for the first time this season.
Get a grip.
The Boston Red Sox put right fielder Shane Victorino on the 15-day disabled list Monday because of a strained right hamstring, making the move before the World Series champions opened the season at Baltimore.
Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino has been sent back to Boston to have his right hamstring examined, leaving his status for Monday's opener in doubt.
Now batting first for the Boston Red Sox?
It's time to cut off all that Boston beard talk.
It's the ultimate display of Red Sox fandom: owning strands of David Ortiz's World Series-winning beard.
World Series MVP David Ortiz and Boston Red Sox teammate Shane Victorino had their beards shaved for charity Monday to benefit victims of the Boston Marathon bombings in April.
Thumping his chest as he rounded the bases.
The Boston Red Sox didn't just build a World Series champion in 2013.
Shane Victorino is back in the lineup for the Boston Red Sox for Game 6 of the World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals.
But Victorino agreed, doctoring the ball this way is different than improving one's grip.
"It's an unwritten rule in the game. I'm sure a lot of pitchers do it," Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino said Friday before Boston played the Yankees. "As a hitter, do what you got to do from letting that ball go astray and hitting me in the head. I'm fine with that."