Victorino will play today and then Monday and Tuesday with the PawSox before being reevaluated. Middlebrooks could start rehab Monday.
Victorino expected to start rehab Saturday, Middlebrooks the middle of next week.
CBSSports.com "Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino will head out on his minor-league rehab assignment Saturday, likely with Triple-A Pawtucket, the Red Sox told reporters (Scott Lauber) Thursday. Rehab assignments are permitted to last up to 30 days, but the club has told reporters that Victorino might return..." April 17
Shane Victorino says flu "set me back a few days," but also remains hopeful of being ready to come off DL when he's eligible #RedSox
WEEI Boston "The Red Sox have felt the absence of Shane Victorino early, and the team remains uncertain about when it will get its everyday right fielder back. Victorino, who suffered a hamstring injury in the final game of spring training that resulted in his placement on the disabled list, was further..." April 08
The @RedSox place OF Shane Victorino on 15-day DL (retroactive to March 30); recall OF Jackie Bradley Jr. from Triple-A Pawtucket.
Shane Victorino tweaked his right hamstring, scheduled to undergo MRI tomorrow, likely in Boston. #RedSox
CSN New England "The exhibition schedule begins Thursday and Grapefruit League play starts Friday, but it could be a few more days before Shane Victorino is on the field for the Red Sox. Manager John Farrell said the Sox are holding Victorino out of action for a while as Victorino builds some core..." February 26
Update on offseason wrist surgeries: Pedroia is taking dry swings now, and Victorino is two weeks away from throwing.
Red Sox announce Victorino today underwent successful nerve release surgery on his right thumb. It was performed by Dr. Thomas Graham
Shane Victorino is "full go" for tomorrow night, Farrell said. Sounds like he'll be in lineup #RedSox
Shane Victorino is available to come off bench. Might've been able to start, Farrell said, but #RedSox wanted to guard against early exit
CBSSports.com "Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino was originally in his customary spot in the Red Sox lineup for Game 4 of the World Series, batting second between Jacoby Ellsbury and Dustin Pedroia. Then, about an hour and 15 minutes before Game 4, the Red Sox announced he had been replaced in the lineup..." October 27
WEEI Boston "All year the Red Sox showed an ability to ignore adversity to take their opponents’ best punch and refuse to get knocked out. A strong case can be made that no one endured more bruises along the way than Shane Victorino the oft-injured right fielder whose three-year deal to come to Boston was..." October 20
Hardball Talk "Shane Victorino has hit exclusively from the right side for the past six weeks so it was a bit of a surprise to see him bat left-handed against Anibal Sanchez in Game 5 of the ALCS on Thursday night. However after going 0-for-3 against Sanchez he flipped back to the right side against relievers..." October 19
Hardball Talk "Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino moved into a tie with Alex Rodriguez for the most post-season HBP’s in the bottom of the first inning of NLCS Game 2. Tigers starter Max Scherzer drilled Victorino in the left shoulder with a 91 MPH fastball his ninth career in the post-season. The errant pitch..." October 14
WEEI Boston "Shane Victorino and Jacoby Ellsbury both left Sunday’s 7-6 win over the White Sox for precautionary reasons but manager John Farrell said both are expected to be back in the lineup on Monday. Victorino re-aggravated a left hip contusion when he slid into first base in the fourth inning. He..." September 02
WEEI Boston "The Red Sox’ fortunes against left-handers it seems have taken a turn for the better. As recently as 10 days ago the team’s mighty struggles against southpaws even those with less-than-dominant stuff were a noteworthy concern as the Sox headed into the final six weeks of the regular season. But..." August 28
ESPN Boston "The Boston Red Sox are hoping Shane Victorino's latest hamstring injury won't linger the way the last one did. Victorino left Saturday’s game against the Los Angeles Angels with tightness in his left hamstring and will be unavailable for Sunday's series finale. He appeared to hobble home after..." July 07
Boston Herald "Shane Victorino was officially hitless in five at-bats yesterday. Judging by the crowd of exuberant teammates surrounding him in the ninth inning after his grounder went under the glove of Toronto Blue Jays first baseman Josh Thole, Victorino just might be alright with that 0-for. Thole’s..." July 01
Boston Herald "In all likelihood, Franklin Morales will be placed on the disabled list today. Morales left Saturday night's game in Detroit with discomfort near his left shoulder, and the results of tests administered Monday were consistent with a recurrence of the left pectoral strain that hampered Morales..." June 25
ESPN Boston "Shane Victorino is expected to be taken off the disabled list between games today and thrust into the starting lineup in center field for the second game of the day-night doubleheader against the Angels. Victorino, on the DL because of a hamstring issue, played well enough in a brief rehab..." June 08
Boston Herald "When Shane Victorino ran in the outfield yesterday under the supervision of the Red Sox training staff, he still was favoring his cranky left hamstring. And so, for at least another few days, the Flyin’ Hawaiian will remain grounded. Rather than beginning a minor league rehab assignment..." June 03
MLB.com "Though Shane Victorino had to spend his return to Philadelphia on the disabled list, he was at least making progress with the left hamstring strain that has sidelined him since May 20. The outfielder could start a short Minor League rehab assignment as early as this weekend, putting him in..." May 30
Philly.com "Shane Victorino can't wait to get back to Philadelphia. It has been nearly 10 months since the Phillies dealt the popular outfielder to the Los Angeles Dodgers, a journey that continued on to Boston when he signed 3-year, $39 million contract in the offseason. Victorino returns to Citizens..." May 24
Boston Globe "The Red Sox placed third baseman Will Middlebrooks and outfielder Shane Victorino on the 15-day disabled list, the team announced Friday. Infielder Jose Iglesias and pitcher Alfredo Aceves were called up from Triple A Pawtucket, and Iglesias will start tonight's game vs. the Indians at third..." May 24
Victorino day to day. Farrell said #redsox would be cautious. That likely means out tomorrow.
Boston Herald "Playing last night in Bill Murray’s hometown, Shane Victorino starred in his own version of “Groundhog Day.” Victorino left the Red Sox’ 6-4 loss to the White Sox in the sixth inning after experiencing tightness in his left hamstring. It marked the fifth time this season that Victorino exited a..." May 21
Boston Herald "In the absence of a proven closer, go ahead and credit the save for the Red Sox’ come-from-behind 4-3 victory last night to right fielder Shane Victorino. Trailing 3-1 and down to their final strike in the ninth inning, the Sox scored three runs on Will Middlebrooks’ bases-loaded double against..." May 17
Boston Herald "Trailing 3-1 and down to their final strike in the ninth inning, the Red Sox scored three runs on Will Middlebrooks’ bases-loaded double against Tampa Bay Rays closer Fernando Rodney. But if not for a pair of stellar catches by right fielder Shane Victorino in the eighth, the game may have been..." May 17
Boston Herald "Another day, another potential injury. Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino, whose kamikaze style in right field has already made him a fan favorite, was taken to Mass. General after yesterday’s 12-4 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays with sore ribs following a hard collision with the right field..." May 13
WEEI Boston "According to a major league source, Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino has been cleared to play Tuesday after being examined at Massachusetts General Hospital Sunday afternoon. All of the X-ray images taken on the outfielder came back negative, showing no damage to his ribs or back. Victorino..." May 13
No Shane Victorino yet for the #RedSox
Boston Herald "It appears that Shane Victorino may avoid the disabled list. Victorino hasn’t played since leaving last Wednesday’s game with recurring tightness in his lower back, but before the Red Sox left yesterday for a six-game road trip that starts tonight in Toronto, manager John Farrell said the right..." April 30
Boston Globe "Right fielder Shane Victorino left Wednesday's 6-5 Red Sox win over the Athletics after the sixth inning with a sore lower back, the same injury that caused him to miss two games over the weekend. Victorino barely jogged to first when he grounded out in the sixth. He was working with physical..." April 25
Victorino was consulting with therapist Dan Dyrek during BP about his lower back. He's now out of the game
Boston Herald "At the risk of turning this Red Sox season into an extended Kumbaya singalong and cookie party, last night brought another encouraging sign of unity. It’s no stretch to say the Sox are playing their best baseball since August 2011, and even though many fans roll their eyes at the mention of..." April 04
Boston Herald "Shane Victorino wasn’t part of the Red Sox’ 93-loss debacle from last season. But he surely can relate to it. While the Red Sox went through their most dismal season in nearly a half-century, Victorino endured the worst year of his major league career. He batted .255 with a .704 on-base plus..." February 15
ESPN.com "Officially, all Red Sox players are now accounted for as outfielder Shane Victorino has arrived at camp. All position players will have their physicals today, while full-squad workouts will begin on Friday. Victorino was all smiles and full of energy early Thursday morning. “I’m..." February 14