Rays' Emilio Bonifacio: Torrid spring continues
Bonifacio is hitting .375 (9-for-24) this spring after going 3-for-4 with an RBI single and a run in a 7-3 split-squad win over the Tigers on Friday.
Bonifacio has been making waves as a non-roster invitee by displaying the same hot bat he wielded during his 2018 season in the independent Atlantic League. The veteran slashed an impressive .348/.385/.458 during his 70-game stint, and he's been similarly productive over a considerably smaller sample thus far during the exhibition slate. Bonifacio would likely still be hard-pressed to carve out an Opening Day roster spot in a crowded Rays outfield, but he could certainly serve as quality organizational depth at Triple-A Durham.
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