Victorino followed with a single up the middle to plate Stephen Drew and make it a 4-0.
Four runs was more than enough for Sox starter Felix Doubront, who tossed seven shutout innings to record his 15th consecutive start in which he allowed three earned runs or fewer.
Victorino keeps hitting walls at Fenway, but the Sox have not. They’re now 39-21 in the Fens, after going 5-2 on this homestand.
That’s why it’s good and bad news that Victorino won’t have to worry about crashing into the concrete around Fenway.
After Sunday’s win, the Sox embarked on a season-long 11-day road trip that will have them play 10 games, going from Houston to Kansas City and concluding in Toronto.
That type of flying is safer than the type the Flyin’ Hawaiian has been engaging in this season.