Kvasnicka, who has been playing the outfield as well as catcher and designated hitter, is slowly brushing off a slow start in which he was 0-for-17 and 5-for-62. He's hitting .226 after his three hits on Sunday.
"I was slumping with guys in scoring position," he said. "That gave me the emphasis to focus on situational hitting. The RBIs start to come, and if you hit a home run with runners on base, you also get the cheap RBIs."