For all of the flak that Nick Gordon gets for his production especially compared to other middle infielders in the system and his draft spot his production this season as a 23 year old in AAA has actually been pretty solid:
Current numbers projected over 162 game sample:
124 runs - 65 2Bs - 9 3Bs - 9 HRs (81 total XBHs) - 97 RBIs - 35 SBs
If he keeps this up, with the way Baldelli likes to rest players and projecting some regression for Arraez, I'd be really interested in sort of platooning Gordon and Arraez in the MLB and having the main MI rotation be Polanco/Gordon/Arraez.
That's not a bad line from Gordon, especially after last year, but you have to account for the IL offensive environment this year. The whole league has a .343 OBP, and a .793 OPS. (For comparison, the last time MLB non-pitchers hit that well was 2000, the original height of the sillyball era. Only at .326 and .766 this year, even with all the dingers.)
Fangraphs rates Gordon's performance as a 97 wRC+, so just a hair below the IL average. Again, not bad, but nothing I am too eager to see against MLB pitching either.