The Boston Red Sox have reportedly reached an agreement with free agent outfielder Shane Victorino.  ESPN reports the Red Sox have agreed to a three-year, 39-million-dollar contract with the "Flyin' Hawaiian."  The deal is pending a physical.  Victorino split last season with the Phillies and Dodgers following a trade to LA on July 31st.  He hit a combined .255 with 11 homers and 55 RBI in 154 games.  The 32-year-old is a career .275 hitter with 90 home runs and 409 RBI over 1,076 contests with the Padres, Phillies and Dodgers.  He spent seven-and-a-half of his nine years in the big leagues in Philadelphia.