After starting out 14 for 24 (.583) with 2 K) and 1 BB, Bonifacio has gone 3 for 15 (.200) with 7 K (every 2.14 AB) and no BB. He hasn't had an SB after getting 4 in the first series. His FPCT is .905. It would be even worse, .857, had the his error in the first game not been changed to a 2B for Zimmerman.
The Mets, and then the Braves, figured him out. The Nats get a chance to watch the video of him chasing high fastballs before this weekend's series. In fact, the only thing he can hit at all is belt-high and outside; he can't hit anything inside at all. This guy is a slap hitter who relies on the outside pitch to flare one to LF. If you pitch him side, he rolls over if he makes contact at all, and will not reach base. Once you get 2 strikes on him, throw a high fastball and rack up a K.