LEAVING ... the Dodgers, who got him from the Phillies in a July trade. Victorino was always a short-timer in L.A., and when the Dodgers acquired Carl Crawford in August, there was no chance he'd be back. Victorino, 32, hits the market after his worst season, with career lows in batting average (.255), OBP (.321) and slugging (.383), and diminishing defensive range. It's an open question whether he's a centerfielder anymore—or even an everyday player.
GOING TO ... ? He may have to wait for Bourn to sign, but the Red Sox and the Indians reportedly have interest in Victorino. Teams might be better off pursuing trades for Coco Crisp (A's), Dexter Fowler (Rockies) or Drew Stubbs (Reds), but the market for the Flyin' Hawaiian could be heating up.