"He's in there getting a workout, said everything feels pretty good," Matheny said of Bourjos. "I know going into today it would be a little sore."
Bourjos has started four of the team's last six games and is expected to continue to get relatively regular playing time for at least a while. As for his full-speed catch on Jordy Mercer's eighth-inning drive to the wall, it was still a topic of conversation a day later.
"It's up there," Bourjos said, when asked where it ranked among his career bests.
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