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- Shane Victorino visited his sponsored Boys & Girls Club location where his foundation contributed nearly $1 million.
- Shane spent the day looking at the summer programs and spending time with the kids.
- He will be officially retire with the Phillies on Friday night before the game.
The "Flyin' Hawaiian" is back in Philadelphia to retire as a Phillie but not before making a surprise visit with some of the city children benefiting from his foundation.
Ahead of his official retirement as a Phillie on Friday, the former outfielder made a stop Thursday at the Shane Victorino Nicetown Boys & Girls Club in which his foundation contributed nearly $1 million in renovations in 2011.
Victorino will spend the day checking out summer programming and spending time with the kids while he's in the area.
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Kicking off the Toyota Alumni Weekend, Victorino will throw out the first pitch ahead of Friday night's game against the Marlins.
"It's gonna be a fun weekend," Victorino told NBC10.
His weekend of appearances in Philly makes him the latest member of the 2008 World Championship team taking their victory lap for the fans.