Originally Posted by dougdirt
Really wonder about it being the Cal League though.
Well I watched him hit homers in 3 straight games in Dayton about to weeks prior to his call up to Bakersfield. Including one of the Kroger sign to the left of the scoreboard, so while it being the Cali League may help, it's not a fluke. Yorman also went against that theory when comparing his results from Bakersfield to Dayton, however I think his attitude played the largest role in that
He had some issues with his load in the first half of the season which basically didn't allow him to generate his full power potential yet didn't affect his swing other than that, thus the high AVG and 2B numbers in the first half. He was able to work on it and correct it over the all star break and I personally saw a night and day difference in his swing from the 1st half to the 2nd half.
All I'm saying is I think you're wrong if you don't consider him to be in the 10-15 range in the organization.