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Colorado Rockies prospect David Dahl will participate in Arizona Fall League

The 21-year-old outfielder will see more action this season.

Dustin Satloff

Colorado Rockies prospect David Dahl will is set to play in the Arizona Fall League this season, a source told Purple Row. The news was then confirmed by MLB Pipeline:

Dahl, ranked second on the latest PuRPs list, played 73 games this season at Double-A New Britain, hitting .278/.304/.417 with six home runs and 22 stolen bases. He missed more than a month after rupturing his spleen in a collision in center field, an injury many thought would cost him his season.

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