Shane Victorino is not planning on retiring, per Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish.
Cubs released OF Shane Victorino.
Cubs re-signed OF Shane Victorino to a minor league contract.
Shane Victorino will remain in extended spring training after being diagnosed with a low Grade 2 strain in his left calf.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon said Shane Victorino (calf) won't be on the Cubs' Opening Day roster.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon said Shane Victorino is still dealing with a calf injury.
Shane Victorino (calf) has been scratched from the Cubs' Cactus League lineup on Monday.
Shane Victorino (calf) is serving as the Cubs' designated hitter Monday versus the Padres.
Shane Victorino was scratched from Friday's lineup with a sore left calf.
Cubs signed OF Shane Victorino to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training.
SB Nation's Chris Cotillo reports that Shane Victorino is still looking for a major league contract and "could close in on one in next few days."
SB Nation's Chris Cotillo reports that the Rangers have "looked into" Shane Victorino but appear to only be willing to offer a minor league deal.
John Boggs, the agent for Shane Victorino, said there have been inquiries on his client this winter but he has yet to receive an official offer.