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No one is a bigger Shane Victorino fan than the guy who had his jersey turned into a prosthetic leg

Alexandra Nolan / MLB.com, Real-Time Correspondent

After eight years in Philadelphia, including 63 triples, three Gold Glove Awards, two All-Star Games and a World Series championship in 2008, it's safe to say that Phillies fans will always hold a special place in their hearts for Shane Victorino. But none more than the guy who turned Victorino's jersey into a prosthetic leg.

Seriously: 

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Jim Spencer is a 46-year-old Phillies fan with a prosthetic right leg. At Saturday's Phillies-Braves game, Spencer was on the field before the Phils took BP and spoke to MLB.com Real-Time Correspondent Alexandra Nolan about his leg, which has an authentic Victorino Phillies jersey laminated on to it.

"I have a Victorino kids-size jersey that's been laminated on there. It's a real jersey and these are the actual buttons from the jersey and it's got Victorino's number on the back."

Now that's a the kind of souvenir that you're not gonna find at the Citizens Bank Park Majestic Clubhouse store. Remember that the next time you think of yourself as a diehard.