David Dahl, the Colorado Rockies 10th pick in the 2012 first-year player draft, was injured Thursday afternoon in a Double-A game. Dahl was chasing down a short fly ball and collided with second baseman Juan Ciriaco. According to Baseball America, Dahl is the top-hitting prospect in Rockies organization

Dahl was hospitalized with a possible concussion and ruptured spleen, along with a rib injury. MLB columnist for Yahoo! Sports Jeff Passan tweeted about the incident, describing it as very “scary.” Unfortunately for Dahl, this is his second major injury after missing all but 10 games in the 2013 season with a torn hamstring.

Dahl’s father Mike Dahl was in New Britain, Conn., when his son’s injury took place and updated reporters after, saying, “They’re trying to save the spleen,” Dahl said. “There was a collision between him and the second baseman, and he took a knee to the spleen. They’re just trying to save it now. He got hit in the face, the nose, the spleen, a bunch of different places, but that’s the main thing right now. He probably has a minor concussion, I would imagine, because he doesn’t remember much about what happened. No broken bones or nothing — all the CT scans were negative.”

Dahl currently plays for the Rockies Double-A affiliate New Britain Rock Cats, and was a South Atlantic League All-Star selection last season. Dahl, who is in his fourth season as a pro, entered Thursday’s game hitting .263 with 26 runs, seven doubles, two triples, three home runs, 16 RBIs and 13 stolen bases for the Rock Cats.

Sammy Mugharbil, a Mile High Sports intern and student at Metro State, contributed to this report