Hunter Pence Speaks to Reporters, Shane Victorino Tweets

Reporters didn’t get to speak with Victorino, it seems. But he tweeted:

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Tough to see.

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13 Responses

  1. I hate to be insensitive, but I’m not going to miss Shane… Hunter on the other hand… yeah… I’m sad.

  2. Who’s the asshole that asked “what do you eat in San Fransisco?”
    Fuckin hack ass reporter. Hunter probably severely regretted saying that a week later.

  3. I’m the opposite, I can now say out loud to other Phillies fans that I never cared for Hunter Pence. He was the best player on the Astros. THE (sorry ass) ASTROS.
    I liked Shane but this year was different for him. I think a lot got into his head with the FA and crapload of losses…

  4. O yea and in any off chance those two read this site. Thanks for everything. Shane it didn’t look like you tried this year til about 3 weeks ago but I still loved ya and you were still a huge part of the run we had.

  5. Can’t wait to see Pence try and field routine fly balls in that San Francisco wind. Beat it loser.

  6. Poor Pence. He was visibly upset.
    I hope the Dodgers/Giants beat the shit out of the fucking stupid ass Natitudeionals.

  7. Very fitting Shane has a family profile pic, when he cheats on his wife non stop. At least he will be upgrading his chicks in la

  8. How the F is Fat Joe still here? Pay his salary, ship him to Balt. and get a prospect in return vs. Pay his salary and keep him here for the rest of this lost season and get nothing in return? Amateur Fucking Hour.

  9. Shane was INCREDIBLE for this city and for this team! He played a crucial role in bringing us our firt championship the city had seen in 25 years. I wish him nothing but the best and will definitely miss the Flyin Hawaiin. Who will ever forget his grand slam off of fatboy CC Sabathia or (ironically) the near bench clearing brawl sparked by the pitch in LA that nearly took off his head? Wish he wasn’t headed to the dodgers, but regardless Shane will always have a place in my great Philly sport memories!

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