9 David Dahl
Finally healthy, the once Rockies top prospect will start this season in Triple-A. He came on big time towards the middle and end of Spring Training and it appears that he may be back for good.
In the back half of 2016, he tied the longest hit streak to start an MLB career and carried a .315/.359/.500 slashline through his first 63 games.
He has plus tools in almost every area of the game and it’s only a matter of time before the just-turned 24-year-old left-handed hitter will be an everyday player for the Rockies. The only question for Dahl, as it’s always been, is health. If he answers that, he’s a future All-Star.