Latest Update Victorino (back) will swing a bat Monday Thu Nov, 27, 11:22 PM
A hustling, high-energy player, he bats for a good average with some pop while taking a solid number of walks--without striking out much. Piles up steals, doubles and runs. Is great defensively in center field.
Flaws: : Lacks offensive consistency. His all-out style of play sometimes brings about injuries. Could stand to be a little more efficient on the basepaths.
Victorino had an injury plagued 2014 season, but is looking to put it behind him and that starts with his rehab process over the next few months. He has plenty of time to get ready for next season and swinging a bat will be the first hurdle he'll need to complete. The Red Sox have been making plenty of moves as of late, but as of now it appears Victorino will enter the 2015 season as their starting right fielder.Analyst: David Kerr
Victorino played just 30 games last season for the Red Sox after dealing with lingering hamstring and back injuries. Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Most, if not all, of the waived players will wind up in the D-League. They could get called back up if there is an injury during the season. Justin Holiday wound up winning the last roster spot.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Just a procedural move here to clear room on the 40-man roster, likely for Matt Barnes who was just brought up from Triple-A Pawtucket.Analyst: Howard Bender