23:05: Dahl may have avoided another serious injury. He has a sprained ankle, per Saunders which states that the Rockies will know more on Saturday. He will probably need an IL placement.
10:22 pm: Rockies Outfielder David Dahl was knocked off the field on Friday after injury to his right ankle against the Giants, as Patrick Saunders told The Denver Post. There is no word yet about the severity of the injury, but Dahl "was clearly in great pain," writes Saunders.
Another serious injury to Dahl would be a terrible turnaround for a player who has persistent health problems as the Rockies voted him 1
0th overall in 2012. Dahl missed most of the 2013 Minor League season with a hamstring injury and had to undergo a splenectomy in 2015 as a minor leaguer following a collision with the outfield. While Dahl made his debut at the majors next season, missing out on a rib injury all year in 2017 and having to pause for two months last year for a foot fracture, he looked like a legitimate building block for the Rockies. The 25-year-old has shown above-average offensive performance in each of his seasons and has combined over 918 record appearances for 4.0 fWAR. In a career high of 413 PA and 100 games this year, Dahl has fought .302 / .353 / .524 (110 wRC +) with 48 extra base hits (28 doubles, 15 home runs, five trebles). He only received mixed ratings in the field in 2019, with a combined loss of 9 saved defense runs and a far better plus of 1.5 Ultimate Zone ratings distributed to all three places.