Shane Victorino is having a breakout year and I never see anyone talk about him. He currently has a 5.8 WAR, .227 ISO, .407 wOBA and a 158 wRC+. His .328 BABIP is slightly above his .304 BABIP but not much should change from now to the end of the season. He's also produced a 29.1 wRAA, another career best. Victorino also has a good eye at the plate, walking 9.7% of the time and striking out only 10.4% of the time. He's also a quality defender, posting a 7.3 UZR for the year. The Philles also are getting a good amount of value out of Victorino this year as he's been worth $25.9 million dollars worth of value.
In this graph I compared Angels OF Torii Hunter and Victorino. For the most part they stack up pretty well and Hunter has always been recognized as one of the game's better outfielders. While Victorino will most likely never be a hall of famer he's still a darn good player, arguably an MVP candidate and deserves the recognition.