Shane Victorino Injury UpdateUp to the minute news and rumors on Shane Victorino's injury
Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino, who left Wednesday’s game with back discomfort, has been placed on the 15-day disabled list for the third time this year. Victorino had an MRI on Friday morning; the Red Sox were awaiting results to determine a proper course of treatment. But given the recurrent nature of the injury, manager […]
Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino was pulled from Wednesday night’s game with the Blue Jays in the fifth inning. Following the game manager John Farrell said it was as a precaution as, “there was a little bit of change in his gait.” Thursday it was learned the right fielder could be going on the […]
BOSTON -- Here’s a quick summary of the roster moves made by the Red Sox in advance of Friday night’s game against the New York Yankees: • Newly acquired Allen Craig will be playing left field Friday night, though Farrell said Daniel Nava will still get plenty of at-bats. He said it would not be a strict platoon situation. • Right-fielder Shane Victorino was placed on the 15-day disabled list for the third time this season with lower back and hamstring issues, and manager John Farrell was vague on how long he might be out, other than to say that Yoenis Cespedes would play the...
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — On an otherwise dismal night, Shane Victorino continued to script a successful comeback in the Red Sox’ 6-4 loss.His homer off David Price in the second inning was the first hit of the night off Price and lifted Boston to a 1-0 lead, and then he knocked in the go-ahead run in the sixth.The home run was his first since May 21, a span of only 30 at-bats due to his repeated and lengthy layoffs because of injuries.
The Red Sox have activated outfielder Shane Victorino from the disabled list after the outfielder missed most of two months with hamstring and back injuries. To clear a spot on the roster, the Sox optioned Mookie Betts back to Triple-A Pawtucket, where he will play center field, right field and some second base. For more [...]
BOSTON – Shane Victorino has missed 48 games in this past stint on the disabled list, but he may be returning as soon as Saturday. Red Sox manager John Farrell was encouraged by Victorino's rehab game in Pawtucket on Thursday...
PAWTUCKET, R.I. -- On the verge of returning to the lineup after missing nearly two months with hamstring and back injuries, Boston Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino believes there's no quit in the defending World Series champions, even though they're in the basement of the A.L. East. He also believes if he had been healthy and did not miss so many games, the Red Sox could be in a better position. "I told everybody I'm the biggest culprit to see where we are in the standings," Victorino said.
When Shane Victorino‘s rehab assignment for the Portland Sea Dogs on Saturday was scratched, it seemed reasonable to assume that the outfielder may have suffered another setback, considering how his recent attempts to rehabilitate his injuries have been cut short due to discomfort. That, however, was not the case. Victorino said that the reason he [...]
Guessing when Shane Victorino may return to the Boston Red Sox from the 15-day disabled list hasn't been a fun game for manager John Farrell to play.
BOSTON -- Red Sox manager John Farrell confirmed at his pregame press conference that outfielder Shane Victorino’s rehab assignment will pick up Friday night in Lowell, where he will suit up for the team’s short-season Class-A affiliate. Victorino has been on the disabled list since May 25, and the Sox shut down his rehab on June 24 after he hurt his back in a game for Triple-A Pawtucket. He was scheduled to resume live action Wednesday with Lowell, but that was pushed back after Victorino experienced “increased symptoms” across his back, Farrell said.
BOSTON – The second rehab stint for Shane Victorino has turned into a saga of ups and downs, but mostly downs. Victorino has been on the disabled list since May 24 with what started as a right hamstring strain and then...
Red Sox pregame notes: Mike Carp returns; Shane Victorino to start rehab assignment; Sox ‘remain committed’ to Xander Bogaerts
Just two days after hitting a game-winning bloop single, Jonathan Herrera was optioned to Pawtucket to make room for Mike Carp, who comes off the disabled list after a broken foot sidelined him for a month. Carp has been on a rehab assignment with the PawSox. During his time in Triple-A, Carp went 5-for-21 with [...]
BOSTON -- After a back injury last week shut down his rehabilitation from a hamstring injury, outfielder Shane Victorino appears to be improving again. Farrell said Victorino could get some live action sometime in the middle of next week's series against the Chicago White Sox, which begins on Monday. Victorino has been out since May 24 with his hamstring injury. "He's improving. Running, the agility work, the number of swings in BP, that all continues to increase," Farrell said.
11.04.09: Mariano Rivera gets Shane Victorino to ground out, sealing the victory for the Yankees' 27th World Series title
10/30/13: Shane Victorino rips a double off the Green Monster, scoring three runs for an early Red Sox lead
10/30/13: Shane Victorino goes 2-for-3 with a walk and four RBIs in the Red Sox's decisive Game 6 victory