CarGo, according to Baseball Prospectus, has gotten hot and it appears he'll stay that way. His line now reads .283/.324/.475 in Double-A Mobile.
And now I quote Kevin Goldstein:
"Gonzalez' up-and-down season at Mobile looks like it's now permanently in 'up' mode, as the Venezuelan has hit .338/.393/.567 in his last 40 games. Early in the year, Gonzalez seemed to be going through the motions at times, but Justin Upton's brief tenure and the arrival of Aaron Cunningham may have been the reason for Gonzalez to step up his game. On a tools level, there's nothing to complain about, as Gonzalez has a smooth, fluid stroke, above-average power, good range in right field, and a cannon for an arm. If the effort remains at this level, Gonzalez could put up some monster numbers in the Pacific Coast League next year, and give Arizona more questions than answers when it comes to their outfield of the future. It's a nice problem to have."