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Bonifacio Won Arbitration Case Against the Marlins
- Updated: February 8, 2012
Miami Marlins center fielder Emilio Bonifacio won the arbitration case against the Marlins today.
Bonifacio made $425,000 in 2011 and he got a raise to $2.2 million this season instead the Marlins were asking to pay Emilio $1.95 million.
Bonifacio is coming off a great season, he batted .296 last year with five homers, 36 RBIs and 40 steals in 51 tries and was named “Player of The Month” in July.
Emilio Bonifacio could be opening this season being the Marlins starting center fielder.
In less than one week two Marlins players have won their arbitration cases, Anibal Sanchez was the first to win an arbitration case this year which was on Monday.
The Miami Marlins have fall 3 – 7 all-time in arbitration, with Emilio Bonifacio wining his case today.