Bernadina, 30, spent most of his seven year career with the Washington Nationals before splitting time with in Washington and Philadelphia last season. He is a career .239 hitter and has seen time at each outfield position.
His best season came in 2012 when he played in 129 games batting .291 with 5 bombs and 25 RBIs to go along with his 15 stolen bases. He will fight for a bench spot during his spring training invite.
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