Found August 04, 2012 on Holdout Sports:

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Miami Marlins second baseman Emilio Bonifacio caught a popup near the first base line to end the second inning of Friday night's game in D.C. against the Washington Nationals. Afterwards, Bonifacio turned towards the stands and wound his arm back as if he were going to toss the ball to a fan. Instead, however, he faked out the Nationals fans as he headed back to the dugout without giving anyone a souvenir. 

Now that wasn't very nice.

Karma may have also caught up to Bonifacio; he left the game with a thumb injury and is likely to miss a few weeks.


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