Ortiz and Victorino were joined by Boston police Officer Steve Horgan from Fenway Park’s bullpen in shaving off their beards on Nov. 4 at Gillette’s headquarters in South Boston.
The company also made a $100,000 to The One Fund during the ceremonial shave.
“While we aren’t usually big fans of unkempt facial hair, we got behind the local team. Now that they proved themselves to be baseball’s elite, we think the Fenway faithful should get to see the men under the beards looking their best. We’re extremely excited to help them put their best faces forward as champions,” Sonia Fife, Gillette general manager for North America, said in a statement.