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BALLER MOVE: Target ~210 CURRENT ADP:241 ANALYSIS:David Dahlhad the very definition of a lost season in 2017, as a rib cage injury that should have been a two week injury sapped his entire 2017 season. After looking like a future All-Star in 2016, where he hit .315 with seven home runs and five stolen bases... Read More
Step by step, outfielder David Dahl is working his way back toward being the player who tantalized Rockies fans in the summer of 2016 when he made his big-league debut, recording a hit in each of his first 17 games.
After a lost season due to a stress reaction in his rib cage, Rockies outfielder David Dahl has been cleared to begin swinging a bat, per Thomas Harding of MLB.com. The 23-year-old Dahl, a longtime top prospect, turned heads with a .315/.359/.500 slash in 63 games as a rookie in 2016, but his injury prevented
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While first base remains part of his profile -- something manager Bud Black believes he can do capably because of his athletic ability -- Ian Desmond has spent most of the offseason preparing to play left field. Desmond hopes to truly bring all his gifts, athletic and otherwise, to the Rockies this season in ways that he couldn't last year because of injuries.
Spin: Three trips to the disabled list limited him to just 95 games -- the fewest in any of the eight complete years he has spent on a Major League roster, and something he'd rather not repeat. Desmond suffered a fractured left hand when hit by a pitch during Spring Training and missed the first month, then endured disabled list placements July 3-16 and July 28-Aug. 28 because of a recurring right calf strain. A shortstop with the Nationals from 2009-15 before becoming an outfielder with the Rangers in 2016, Desmond brings a versatility that allows the Rockies roster flexibility. As the roster stands, Desmond gives the Rockies a chance to see for sure if Ryan McMahon -- the team's No. 3 prospect, according to MLB Pipeline -- is ready to take first base. The Rockies also have David Dahl, Raimel Tapia and Mike Tauchman, all with big league experience and upside, trying to break into the outfield.
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The current trend indicates that there has been significant movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Dahl. In the past week his own percentage has decreased by 23.76% . Meanwhile his start percentage has increased by 7.25% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Dahl is 99% and his lowest is 46.55%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 23.19% and lowest is 11.36%.
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