Latest Update Victorino has been transferred to the 60-day disabled list. Mon Sep, 08, 03:50 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.
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
Victorino has likely appeared in his final game this season, which will go down as his most frustrating season to date. He will look to return full healthy next season and contribute in a positive way for Boston.Analyst: David Kerr
And that's all she wrote for Victorino folks. If you didn't see this one coming then you've been blind as he's been a disaster this year with respect to staying healthy. If you didn't think it was safe to drop him before, it sure seems safe now.Analyst: Howard Bender
Victorino heads back to the DL, and thus Yoenis Cespedis and Allen Craig will not want for playing time going forward. Fantasy owners have to be frustrated with the production they have received from "the Flying Hawaiian" this season, and if the news is bad, he is worthy of a drop in redraft leagues at this point.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson