Miami Marlins shortstop Jose Reyes' slow start has resulted in his drop out of the leadoff spot.
Manager Ozzie Guillen said he just wants "a little different look" at the top of the lineup, which is why Reyes hit second Saturday and Sunday, the first time Reyes is not in the leadoff spot this season.
But don't get used to Emilio Bonifacio leading off.
"When he starts swinging the bat better, we'll move him back where he belongs," Guillen said about Reyes.
"Hopefully (Reyes will) see more fastballs, get more patient at the plate." Reyes is 2-for-his-last-21 after going 0-for-3 Sunday. He was not in Friday's starting lineup.
"I'm not feeling too comfortable," Reyes said. "I'm swinging at a lot of bad pitches."