Los Angeles Dodgers Sign Former All-Star Outfielder

The Los Angeles Dodgers have recently made a notable addition to their organization by signing outfielder David Dahl to a minor-league contract.

Dahl, a 29-year-old player, recently became a free agent after being designated for assignment by the San Diego Padres.

This signing offers Dahl a fresh opportunity to showcase his skills and potentially make a comeback at the highest level of baseball.

Throughout his career, Dahl has shown promise with a .271 batting average, a .317 on-base percentage, and a .463 slugging percentage over 331 games played.

However, injuries and inconsistent performance have presented challenges for him in recent years.

In the past three seasons, he struggled with a slash line of .199/.236/.303 in 91 games and 328 plate appearances with various teams, including the Colorado Rockies, Texas Rangers, and Padres.

Prior to joining the Dodgers, Dahl demonstrated his abilities in Triple-A with a .265 batting average (18-for-68), including five doubles, one home run, and 10 runs batted in across 17 games for the El Paso team.

By signing Dahl, the Dodgers aim to strengthen their outfield depth and expand their roster options. This move provides Dahl with a fresh start and the opportunity to prove himself once again. Photo Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports