I'm not sure if he's still on the market, but Kenny Lofton would make a great platoon partner with Norris Hopper. My guess is at 40 y.o. he might be willing to take a 1-year deal.
Here's the splits:
vs. RIGHT - .313/.386/.452
vs. LEFT - .386/.423/.492
Even if you don't think Hopper can repeat last years numbers, a .325 BA/.390 OBP in a platoon is definately reasonable. So I think the pair would give us a pretty impressive leadoff hitter, something we don't have. It's at least a better option than Cameron, and to be honest, I doubt Bruce would put up better numbers as a rookie. I'd like to see him get a full year in AAA to work on the K/BB ratio anyway.
In my fantasy world, we'd have a Lofton/Hopper platoon leading off, a Hatteberg/Keppinger platoon batting 2nd, and a Griffey/Mench platoon batting third. Follow that with Dunn, Phillips, EE, Gonzo and Ross. We also have enough arms in the farm system to make a move for a catcher with a stick. How does Maloney for Mike Redmond sound? Let Ross be a defensive replacement.
That kind of lineup could bat .290 as a team.