"I know I can hit up here, and I think I've proven that with the playing time I was getting," he said. "I just want to pick up where I left off. I felt good in the box the last couple of days. My body feels good, my legs feel good. I really couldn't ask for a better situation, physically."
Bourgeois has started four games in center field, five in left field and one at second base this year for the Astros, and manager Brad Mills expects him to continue to be versatile.
"We'll mix him in, and get some at-bats and get him some playing time," Mills said. "He's a big contributor to the ballclub with his ability, and the way he runs and plays the outfield and can hit. We can utilize those tools quite a bit."