I swear he's only good against The Nats
At least it seems that way
No, he really is only good against the Nats. I looked at that a while back after he pwned us the last time. Take away the Nats and he's a totally average #4 kind of pitcher. With the Nats, he's a solid #3 guy.
Bonifacio, though, that's a different story. He figured it out last year - he's got an OBP north of .350 again. He's really versatile and a switch hitter. For all the slurping of Span that goes on around here, he's basically Span minus a year, plus positional versatility. Except that UZR loves Span and hates Bonifacio - but I think that's a UZR problem - Bonifacio plays so many different spots that he doesn't really have enough of an innings base in any position for it to actually level out and speak truth.
Anyway, he's one I wouldn't mind see coming back, if it could be done cheaply. He's basically what you would hope Lombardozzi grows into.