Dahl had a productive game before leaving, going 2 for 2 with one run, one double and three RBI. Unfortunately, Dahl had to be helped off the field in the second inning after sprinting to first base.
Dahl has been thriving since rejoining the Asheville lineup in late April following a demotion to extended spring training because of disciplinary reasons. Dahl is batting .305 (11 for 36) with one triple, four doubles and seven RBI in nine games since returning to the Asheville lineup.
The 2012 first-round pick is considered a top 100 prospect by Baseball America (No. 53) and MLB.com (No. 59).
Dahl has hit safely in five of six games since being promoted back to Asheville. He's batting .308 (8 for 26) with one triple, two doubles and three RBI in that span. Dahl, who was taken 10th overall in the 2012 draft, entered the season considered the Rockies' top prospect by MLB.com.
Dahl, a 2012 first-round pick, is considered a top 100 prospect by Baseball America (No. 53) and MLB.com (No. 59).
The move was reportedly a disciplinary one.
“He made some decisions that made us reconsider where he should begin the season. It had nothing to do with his play in Asheville,” Rockies senior director of player development Jeff Bridich said.
Dahl batted .379 with nine homers, 57 RBI and 12 stolen bases in his first season of pro ball.
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