Free agent outfielder Shane Victorino will be 32 years old when the 2013 season starts, and the Flyin' Hawaiian already has a stack of achievements to his credit.
Victorino is an All-Star, a Gold Glove Award winner, a two-time leader in triples and has a World Series ring on his finger.
Now, Victorino will test the free-agent waters for the first time and find out just what all of that is worth for him.
According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com, several teams feel Victorino's achievements are certainly worth a look-see.
Of the teams mentioned, the Red Sox and Rangers stand out in particular—the Red Sox for their obvious need for outfield help and the Rangers for their possible need to replace Josh Hamilton.
Which of the two teams would benefit more from Victorino's services?
Let's take a look.