Shane Victorino slated to play in Lowell Monday night

Rob Bradford
June 22, 2014 - 5:28 pm

After taking batting practice at LeLacheur Park on Sunday afternoon, Shane Victorino is scheduled to continue his rehab stint by playing with the Single-A Lowell Spinners in Lowell on Monday. The appearance is, however, contingent on how the right fielder comes through the BP session. Victorino, who is coming back from a right hamstring injury, last played June 17, suiting up for the Triple-A Pawtucket Red Sox. In his three games with the PawSox, the outfielder was 0-for-6. There is a strong possibility he could play with Pawtucket on Tuesday once the PawSox return to McCoy Stadium after Monday's road game in Rochester, N.Y. Prior to the Red Sox' series finale against the A's, manager John Farrell said he was hopeful Victorino would return to the big league club before it finishes its 10-game road trip Sunday. Victorino hasn't played for the Red Sox since re-injuring his hamstring May 23, having totaled just 21 major league games this season.