If you need a baseball fix right now, Colorado Rockies fans, then make sure you are following David Dahl on Twitter.
On his Twitter feed, David Dahl has been posting some beautiful baseball content over the past few days. The Colorado Rockies All-Star outfielder’s pinned tweet is a compilation of the Rockies working on their hitting skills with the line that baseball players are taking as their recent mantra, “Tell us when and where,” referring to the hopeful end to the impasse between the owners and players that is holding up the start of the 2020 season.
On Tuesday, responding to someone on social media calling the swing by Nolan Arenado “a hot mess,” Dahl broke down the hitting technique of Colorado’s All-Star third baseman in great detail.
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On days when baseball fans need a reminder of just how good these MLB players are at their craft, seeing the breakdown from Dahl on social media and reading baseball jargon again was a breath of fresh air.
And, let’s be honest, we have to agree with Dahl. Arenado’s swing is a thing of beauty, but Dahl even went a step further, calling Arenado’s hitting technique “perfect” and “super efficient” and reminding people there is a reason why Arenado is considered one of the best run-producers in the game today.
While we love seeing the swings on social media, we are ready to see Dahl, Arenado, and the rest of the Rockies back inside Coors Field again in game action. Here’s hoping the Rockies and the rest of MLB can be back on the diamond safely and quickly in 2020.