Originally posted on RedSoxLife  |  Last updated 8/28/13
The Guru Contributing Writer Red Sox right fielder Shane Victorino has been battling back issues and a left hamstring injury, but as his Bob Marley walk up song says, "don't worry about a thing." Tuesday night, Victorino hit his 100th career home run in the third inning, added home run 101 in the fifth and had a career-high seven RBI as the Red Sox clobbered the Orioles 13-2 at Fenway Park. Victorino reached base all five times he came to the plate and finished the night 3-for-3 with a pair of home runs, a double, four runs scored, a walk and hit by pitch. Victorino is the first Red Sox player with four runs and seven RBI in a game since Dwight Evans in 1988. Normally a switch-hitter, Victorino has been batting exclusively from the right side since using his body as a battering ram once again in the outfield earlier this month. When asked to describe how much the leg injury is affecting him, Victorino said, "That's for me to know, and you not to know. I just try to g...
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