FORT MYERS, Fla. — He has character. He is a character. He has played in a market tougher than Boston. He has been a World Series winner. He has been an All-Star. He’s really fast. He appeared in an episode of “Hawaii Five-O” and he’s already written a biography. He has a great nickname.
And how much is all this worth?
Three years and $39 million if you are Shane Victorino, a.k.a. “The Flyin’ Hawaiian.”
More than any player, Victorino is the embodiment of the Red Sox’ new clubhouse culture. The Churls of 2012 are the Charmers of 2013. And Victorino is Captain Charm.
Can he still play?
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