Former MLB All-Star
Career Highlights: Commonly known as “The Flyin’ Hawaiian”, Shane Victorino is a former MLB All-Star outfielder. Victorino planned on playing college baseball at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, but was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the sixth round of the 1999 MLB draft. He chose to forgo his college career by signing with the Dodgers on June 8, 1999. Victorino played in the Dodgers minor league system from 1999-2002. Through the Rule 5 Draft, he began his Major League career for the San Diego Padres in 2003. After spending a year in the Philadelphia Phillies minor league system in 2004, Victorino earned a starting outfield spot in the Majors. With Philadelphia, Victorino became a World Series Champion and two-time All-Star. During the 2012 season, he was traded back to the Dodgers. He finished out that season, and then signed with the Boston Red Sox in December of 2012. He played three seasons in Boston, winning one more World Series. Victorino was traded to the Los Angeles Angels in 2015, and then signed a minor league deal with the Chicago Cubs in 2016. He officially announced his retirement in July 3, 2018 and finished his career as a member of the Philadelphia Phillies by signing a one day contract. Victorino was also a four time Gold Glove Award winner.