Great, Shane. This is just fucking great.
The Red Sox traded outfielder Shane Victorino to the Angels in exchange for infielder Josh Rutledge and cash considerations. This is good news for Victorino, who just came off the DL and is going from a last-place team to a first-place squad, but Victorino still got emotional about his time with the Sox.
Shane Victorino had a GoPro camera tag along with him from the final strike of Game 6 of the World Series up to the duck boat parade through Boston. Now you can experience what it's like having Ace of Spades champagne poured on you, without any of the stickiness. The locker room celebration features so much booze,…
A priceless photo of a shirtless Mike Napoli smoking a butt and roaming the streets of Boston surfaced Saturday night, but how did he get to that state? Here's a crude timeline, starting after the Red Sox championship parade ended.
Shane Victorino didn't get plunked by a strike, but it was damn close: After Victorino's questionable HBP last night, Jeff Sullivan took a look at the season in batters leaning over the plate. Victorino was by far the worst offender. [FanGraphs]
Here we have a happy-go-lucky Red Sox fan, his mood perhaps buoyed by the effects of a few alcoholic beverages, becoming a whirlwind of destruction following a brief encounter with Shane Victorino.
NESN's Red Sox pregame show regularly features a Geico-sponsored Quote Of The Day. Last night's quote, from outfielder Shane Victorino, was "you know."
It looks like he's gonna remember, but then, no, he doesn't. Doesn't matter: Phillies are still leading, 2-1.
Your morning roundup for Aug. 5, the day after Pete Carroll ceded all responsibility for the Seahawks. Video of Victorino's indifference to the the bat boy falling is here. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.
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Sick of seeing his overly-manicured facial hair plastered up all over Chicago, the suspected Wrigley Field beer chucker has turned himself in. We'll stay with this story all night if we have to! God, I feel like Nancy Grace.
So, yeah, this happened tonight. Maybe it's time to retire that old stereotype of Philly having the worst fans? The culprit identified, after the jump.
Victorino's inexplicable ejection prompted Sporting Blogger, Dan Levy, to seethe: "Somewhere along the way in, umpires forgot the game isn't about them. They stand on the field to call balls and strikes, out and safe, and that's it" [SportingBlog]
Pity poor Shane Victorino. The Phillies outfielder/journeyman is being honored with his own figurine at a Phillies game on June 3, which has to be a thrill for any major league baseball player. (It was certainly a thrill for Mr. Celery!) Why Shane Victorino? Well, he's Hawaiian, and that makes him unique. We guess.