Bourn will lead off for the Diamondbacks on Tuesday. Bourn has spent most of the season hitting in the second spot for Arizona. However, with Jake Lamb day-to-day, the Diamondbacks have moved Jean Segura to the third spot, which bumped Bourn to the top. Bourn will face off against Matt Garza on Tuesday. Bourn has owned Garza in his career, hitting .476 in 21 at-bats against the right-hander.
Bourn is out of the lineup Sunday against the Reds. With southpaw Brandon Finnegan on the mound for the opposing Reds, manager Chip Hall will rest all of his left-handed bats, including Bourn. The recently reinstated Chris Owings will get the start in center field in his place.
Bourn went 3-for-4 with a run and an RBI in Sunday's win over the Dodgers. Bourn had a nice weekend series against the Dodgers, going 6-for-14 (.429 average) with four runs and three RBI. He's getting regular playing time in center and often batting second in front of Paul Goldschmidt, which results in plenty of good pitches to hit.
Bourn went 2-for-5 with a double and two-run homer in Saturday's 11-6 loss to the Rockies. The veteran took Rockies reliever Justin Miller deep in the seventh for only his second homer of 2016, plating Jean Segura in the process. It was the 33-year-old's second consecutive multi-hit effort, and the three RBI brought his June total to nine. Despite the recent success, Bourn has largely struggled in June, particularly when compared to the .343/.425/.457 line he generated in May. Those numbers have dropped to .208/.312/.565, respectively, in the current month, but Bourn still provides some decent fantasy potential given his typical spot near the top of the lineup.
Bourn is not in the starting lineup for Thursday's tilt with Colorado. Bourn is getting a maintenance day as the D-backs are electing to with Brito Socrates in center field. Bourn has hit a rough patch in his season, recording only one multi-hit game in his last 23 while slashing .173/.222/.227. He's struck out 27 times during that span.