Sunday, September 21, 2014
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Despite injured finger, helpful Victorino loads family's luggage

While his status for Game 6 remains unknown, ever-helpful Phillies outfielder Shane Victorino used his injured hand Tuesday afternoon to load his family's luggage onto his Ford F-250 outside Center City's Loews Hotel as one of our readers witnessed and captured in these photos. Victorino of course was nailed in the right index finger while trying to bunt a 90+ mph pitch from Yankees hurler A.J. Burnett during the first inning of Monday's World Series Game 5.

Despite injured finger, helpful Victorino loads family's luggage

While his status for Game 6 remains unknown, ever-helpful Phillies outfielder Shane Victorino used his injured hand Tuesday afternoon to load his family's luggage onto his Ford F-250 outside Center City's Loews Hotel as one of our readers witnessed and captured in these photos. Victorino of course was nailed in the right index finger while trying to bunt a 90+ mph pitch from Yankees hurler A.J. Burnett during the first inning of Monday's World Series Game 5.

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