Emilio Bonifacio, Marlins finish hearing
Bonifacio's side argued during Tuesday's hearing that he should be given a raise from $425,000 to $2.2 million, and the Marlins asked that he be paid $1.95 million.
A decision by arbitrators Steven Wolf, Mark Burstein and Sylvia Skratek is expected Wednesday.
Bonifacio hit a team-high .296 last year with five homers, seven triples, 36 RBIs and 40 steals in 51 tries.
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