Here we go again. Another year, another conversation surrounding Colorado Rockies outfielder David Dahl . It is been the same song and dance for a few years now, but I guess the only positive about the 2020 situation for the oft-injured outfielder is that the draft capital required to roster him is less significant than years past. He logged a career-high 100 games last season, slashing .302/.353/.524 with 15 home runs, 67 runs scored, 61 RBI and four stolen bases. It was a successful season for Dahl, all things considered, but the durability, or lack thereof, is a major problem.

Dahl did not play in 2017 and appeared in just 77 and 100 games in 2018 and 2019. To get to that .302 average, he rode a whopping .386 BABIP and his xBA of...