After a slow start, he's quickly made his AAA numbers look respectable. Last 10 games he's hitting .442, with 4 triples and 2 homers. No doubles. Peter Bourjos does not stop at 2B. Overall, he's raised his average from just under .250 to .281 with the streak. He's got 22 steals in 25 attempts, and he's the best defensive outfielder in the organization, majors or minors.
Bring him up to play left field, batting 9th to start out. Bench Rivera against righties, and against lefties play Rivera every day, alternating between benching Matsui and Abreu. Neither of our ancient, lefty swing ex-Yankees are hitting a damn against lefties this year, and old legs wear down over a long season, they should not be on a 155 game pace anyway. Time for a platoon.