I like Yorman as much as anyone. He's probably the most interesting prospect in the system, and I agree that he is trending in the right direction. But there are still holes in his game. Remember that the California League is very hitter friendly. So, while Yorman's EBH numbers are great, and encouraging, he's being helped by the environment. If the K rate starts to come down and the average starts to climb, he can get closer to losing that "maybe" status for me.Yorman seems to be putting up very solid numbers for a 20 year old at high A.
20 doubles/4 triples/9 homers - I think this is a very good sign for a young player in the minors.
Personally, I'd like to see him moved to LF, where the organization has something of a hole. His power RH bat also fits well with what the big club needs. In that he's now on the 40-man, they're going to have to push his progress. I wouldn't mind seeing him in AA at some point in the second half.
I'm neither optimistic nor pessimistic about Yorman.