Emilio Bonifacio News Archive
Bonifacio isn't in the Cubs' starting lineup Saturday at St. Louis, according to ESPN Chicago's Jesse Rogers.
Bonifacio went 0-for-4 Thursday -- dropping his average to .452 -- but drew a walk, reached on an error, stole two bases and scored a run.
Bonifacio had three more hits Tuesday, giving him a league-leading 17 this season.
Bonifacio will start in center field and lead off Thursday against the Pirates, Mark Gonzales of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Bonifacio had five hits and two stolen bases in a 16-inning loss to the Pirates on Wednesday.
Earning the start in center field on Opening Day, Bonifacio turned in a strong performance, going 4-for-5 with a stolen base.
Bonifacio had his contract selected by the Cubs on Sunday, MLB.com reports.
If Starlin Castro (hamstring) isn't ready for the start of the regular season, Bonifacio could be starting at second base on Opening Day, MLB.com's Carrie Muskat reports.
Bonifacio hit his third triple of the spring in Monday's win over the Angels.