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2024 .000
2023 51.3 1 1 1 .111
2022 .000
3y Avg. 331.5 7 2 6 3 1 .211
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  • Phillies' David Dahl: Signs with Phillies

    Dahl signed a minor-league contract with the Phillies on Friday, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports. After inking a minor-league deal with the Dodgers last June, Dahl subsequently slashed .282/.354/.493 with a 102 wRC+ in 54 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City. He will now look to catch on in Philadelphia.
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  • Dodgers' David Dahl: Gets MiLB deal from Dodgers

    Dahl signed a minor-league contract with the Dodgers on Tuesday, Alex Freedman of the Oklahoma City Dodgers reports. Dahl was designated for assignment by the Padres and later elected free agency earlier in June, and he will now join the Dodgers' farm system. The 29-year-old outfielder holds a .722 OPS at the Triple-A level this season and would have to be added to the 40-man roster before making another appearance in the majors.
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  • David Dahl: Elects free agency

    Dahl was released by the Padres on Friday, Jeff Sanders of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports. Dahl elected to become a free agent after being designated for assignment earlier this week. The oft-injured 29-year-old outfielder drew only nine major-league plate appearances during his stay in the Padres organization and recorded just one hit.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: DFA'd by Friars

    The Padres designated Dahl for assignment Tuesday. With Adrian Morejon (elbow) returning from the 60-day injured list Tuesday, Dahl will become the Padres' roster casualty. The 29-year-old outfielder is slashing .266/.347/.375 across 72 plate appearances in Triple-A this season and went 1-for-9 during a brief MLB stint at the beginning of the year.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Activated and optioned

    Dahl was activated from the 10-day injured list and optioned to Triple-A El Paso by the Padres on Thursday. Dahl is recovered from his quad injury but will remain in El Paso for now and hope for a call-up. The 29-year-old is 1-for-9 at the plate during his short time with the Padres this season.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Heads to injured list

    The Padres placed Dahl on the 10-day injured list Sunday with a right quadriceps strain. Dahl had been unavailable because of the quad strain over the past few games. The Padres will stash him on the IL for at least the next week, replacing Dahl on the 26-man active roster with utility man Brandon Dixon, who was called up from Triple-A El Paso in a corresponding move. Rougned Odor, Jose Azocar and Dixon will be the main candidates to pick up time in right field in place of Dahl until Fernando Tatis (suspension) is eligible to make his season debut April 20.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Dealing with quad injury

    Padres manager Bob Melvin told reporters before Saturday's game against Atlanta that Dahl is dealing with an upper quad injury, AJ Cassavell of reports. As Cassavell notes in his report, this helps explain why right field has essentially become a platoon between Rougned Odor and Jose Azocar over the past few games. The outfielder could be available off the bench in the coming days, but it's also possible Dahl's unavailability could lead to a stint on the injured list.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Not in lineup Thursday

    Dahl is not in the Padres' lineup Thursday at Atlanta. Rougned Odor will cover right field and bat eighth against right-handed starter Spencer Strider. Jose Azocar is also sitting.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Gets start in right field Tuesday

    Dahl is starting in right field and batting eighth for the Padres on Tuesday against the Diamondbacks. Dahl hit a pinch-hit, game-tying solo home run in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday to help the Padres to a 5-4 win over Arizona, and he'll be rewarded with a start in Tuesday's matinee versus the Diamondbacks and right-hander Zac Gallen. Jose Azocar and Rougned Odor are on the bench for this one.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Slugs clutch homer Monday

    Dahl hit a game-tying solo home run in the ninth inning of Monday's 5-4 win over Arizona. Rougned Odor started in right field for the Padres and was later replaced on defense by Jose Azocar. When Azocar's turn to bat came up in the ninth, manager Bob Melvin opted to go to Dahl, who came through with the game-tying bomb. It was the veteran's first hit as a Padre -- he went 0-for-5 with two strikeouts in his previous two contests this season.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Sitting versus lefty

    Dahl is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rockies. While Fernando Tatis (suspension) completes a 20-game ban to begin the season and while Adam Engel (hamstring) is on the shelf, Dahl looks like he may occupy the strong side of a platoon in right field. With southpaw Austin Gomber twirling for the Rockies on Sunday, the lefty-hitting Dahl will cede his spot to the righty-hitting Jose Azocar.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Contract selected by SD

    Dahl had his contract selected by the Padres on Thursday. Dahl was informed Wednesday that he had made the Padres' Opening Day roster, and now it's official. It's a talent-filled depth chart, but the 28-year-old former top prospect might get semi-regular starts in the outfield as Fernando Tatis Jr. serves out the remainder of his PED suspension.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Likely to make Opening Day roster

    Dahl appears to be in line for a spot on the Padres' Opening Day roster, AJ Cassavell of reports. Dahl signed a minor-league contract with San Diego in December and was given the opportunity to compete for a roster spot in spring training. He did well with the opportunity, posting a .288/.311/.458 slash line with one home run, five doubles, a triple, eight runs and 10 RBI. Though his placement on the 40-man roster has yet to be made official, it appears likely that Dahl will break camp with the big club, with Brandon Dixon and Tim Lopes sent to minor-league camp Sunday. Dahl was a solid major-league player in his first three seasons with Colorado, but he's been unable to do much since 2019 and didn't play in the big leagues at all last season. Dahl figures to work primarily as a bench bat and reserve outfielder during the coming campaign.
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  • Padres' David Dahl: Gets opportunity with San Diego

    Dahl signed a minor-league contract with the Padres on Monday. Though he's still just 28 years old, Dahl is well removed from his days as a top-flight prospect in the Rockies system and is now simply trying to stick around in affiliated ball. Dahl has mostly avoided the significant injuries that hampered his development early in his big-league career, but he hasn't surfaced in the majors since the 2021 campaign, when he posted a .569 OPS and 26.8 percent strikeout rate over 63 games in the majors. He split time with the Brewers' and Nationals' Triple-A affiliates in 2022, slashing .279/.345/.442 with 10 home runs and four stolen bases across 359 plate appearances.
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  • David Dahl: Heads to free agency

    Dahl exercised the opt-out clause in his minor-league contract with the Nationals on Monday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. Dahl will choose to become a free agent again since a promotion to the majors wasn't imminent after he joined the Nationals organization in July. Over his 18 games with Triple-A Rochester, the outfielder slashed .224/.304/.343 with one home run.
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  • Nationals' David Dahl: Inks MiLB deal with Nationals

    Dahl signed a minor-league contract with the Nationals on Friday, Jesse Dougherty of The Washington Post reports. Dahl was released July 11 by Milwaukee after slashing .294/.357/.468 with nine homers, 44 runs, 41 RBI and three stolen bases in 67 games at Triple-A Nashville to begin the 2022 season. The 28-year-old hasn't appeared in the majors since August of 2021 but will likely be an option to join the Nationals, who have gotten little production from the non-Juan Soto members of their outfield.
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  • David Dahl: Cut loose by Milwaukee

    The Brewers released Dahl from his minor-league contract July 11. After re-signing with Milwaukee over the winter on a minor-league deal that included an invitation to big-league spring training, Dahl failed to win a spot on the Opening Day roster and opened the campaign at Triple-A Nashville. Though the historically injury-prone Dahl enjoyed good health at Nashville, he was unable to earn a call-up to the Brewers despite submitting a .294/.357/.468 slash line (120 wRC+). Dahl's pedigree and strong production at the MLB level earlier in his career with the Rockies should allow him to find an opportunity elsewhere, but the 28-year-old still looks to be a long way off from re-emerging as an everyday player in the majors.
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  • Brewers' David Dahl: Set to open season in minors

    The Brewers reassigned Dahl to their minor-league camp Monday. Coming off a 2021 campaign in which he slashed .210/.247/.322 over 220 big-league plate appearances with the Rangers, Dahl was forced to settle for a minor-league deal with Milwaukee in free agency. Though he was given the chance to compete for a bench job with the big club in spring training, Dahl ultimately wasn't able to make enough of an impression to push his way on to the Opening Day roster. He's expected to begin the campaign at Triple-A Nashville, where he'll look to stay healthy and show some semblance of the power/speed combination that once made him a prized prospect in the Rockies system.
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  • Brewers' David Dahl: Signs minors deal with Milwaukee

    Dahl agreed to a minor-league contract with the Brewers on Tuesday. Dahl was released by the Rangers in early August after struggling to a .210/.247/.322 line in 63 games. He's had some effective seasons in the past with the Rockies and is still just 27 years old, so it's certainly possible he becomes a useful piece for the Brewers, but the last time he produced an above-average batting line was 2019, so expectations should remain low for now.
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  • David Dahl: Reaches free agency

    The Rangers granted Dahl his unconditional release Wednesday. Texas dropped Dahl from its 40-man roster and exposed him to waivers, but none of MLB's other 29 teams were willing to scoop up the outfielder and assume the money remaining on his one-year, $2.7 million deal. Once a touted prospect in the Colorado system, Dahl has endured numerous injuries over the past few seasons that have stunted his development and sent his career on a downward trajectory. Even when he was healthy enough to play this season, the 27-year-old outfielder struggled mightily at the plate, slashing .210/.247/.322 with a 26.8 percent strikeout rate over 220 plate appearances. He's now free to look for a new opportunity with another organization.
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