Emilio Bonifacio went 1-for-4 with a home run, two RBI and a run scored against the Marlins on Saturday.

In the midst of a downward spiral that can only be described as Bonifacio being Bonifacio, the speedy center fielder put on a very rare display of power with his first home run since August 22, 2013. Don't expect another anytime soon, but relish in the fact that he's seeing a few more hits lately which is getting him back some of the lost playing time he's been missing lately. If he can start getting back on-track and hit somewhere close to where he was in April, he'll easily reclaim the strong end of the platoon once more.
Analyst: Howard Bender  View Profile

8 Jun , 04:40 AM
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