It feels like fluky injuries continue to derail David Dahl , but he flashed his upside in the second half last year, especially over the last month of play. Dahl missed time in 2017 with a stress reaction in his ribs and also in 2018 with a broken foot. He’s only appeared in more than 100 games twice as a professional. However, Dahl homered in six of his last eight regular season contests last year finishing his last 24 games with nine home runs, 27 RBI, a .287/.330/.655 slash line, a robust .368 isolated power and 42.4 fly ball rate.

Generating more fly balls could be beneficial for Dahl given Coors rates as the best park in baseball for BABIP on them. While this provides a reason for Dahl truthers to be excited, overlooking his...