Bonifacio, Olivera get key hits as Braves beat Marlins
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) Emilio Bonifacio hit his first home run for the Braves and Hector Olivera delivered again as Atlanta beat the Miami Marlins 6-5 Friday.
Olivera, batting .425 this spring, drove in a run with a pinch-hit single to cap a three-run fourth inning against starter Chris Narveson.
Braves starter Matt Wisler gave up two runs and three hits, including a homer over the scoreboard by Marcell Ozuna.
Isaac Galloway's three-run homer off Ian Krol in the ninth tied it for the Marlins. The Braves won in the bottom half when Nate Freiman was hit by a pitch from Andre Rienzo with the bases loaded.