Dorn started the year in AAA poorly. Since June 1, he's put up these numbers:
.330/.393/.528 - OPS of .921
Excellent numbers. I may be underestimating him. But, he's also spent a lot of the time on the bench -- and I guess he's been hurt, too, which has become something of a pattern with him, going back to his college days. Couple red flags there -- his platoon status in AAA and questionable health. Compared to Laynce Nix, who can play all 3 OF spots (and RF and LF well, IMO), I have a hard time seeing what Dorn brings to the table as a viable outfielder off the bench.