|2013 Regular Season|
The Boston Red Sox's outfielder had been on the disabled list since May 21 because of a strained left hamstring,
Victorino made a tough catch at the warning track in the eighth inning as he collided with the wall.
Victorino ran hard into the low wall at Fenway Park while pursuing a home run by Emilio Bonifacio on Sunday in the Toronto Blue Jays' 12-4 win over Boston. Victorino remained in the game after the two-run homer gave Toronto a 5-0 lead in the fourth inning. He was replaced in the seventh.
Victorino has six hits in three games entering Saturday's game against the Jays.
Victorino has five hits in the series entering Thursday.
Victorino raised his average 20 points to .298. He's scored 14 runs in 23 games.
Victorino missed seven games in a row before being in the lineup Friday night for the opener of a three-game series at Texas. He was batting second and playing right field. Victorino last played April 24 against Oakland. He had a go-ahead RBI double in the fifth inning of that game, but left two innings later because of lower back stiffness. He had come out of a game four days earlier because of the problem, and also missed both games of a doubleheader April 21.
He went 1 for 4 with a run scored and a walk. It's safe to get him back into fantasy lineups.
Victorino was 1 for 10 in the previous three games.
Victorino is a .342 career hitter against the Yankees.
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