Latest Update Dickerson returned to Mississippi for the birth of his child and will not play in the Rockies' remaining games Sat Sep, 27, 11:50 AM
With a beautiful left-handed stroke and the ability to produce consistent line drives off his bat, he can flat out hit. He also features a pretty good batting eye and is a good base-runner.
Flaws: : Doesn't possess a great outfield arm and isn't particularly athletic. He therefore profiles more as a left-fielder. Also, he doesn't hit for above-average home-run power for the bigs.
While we wish nothing but the best for Dickerson and his family, fantasy owners have to be disappointed in the fact that he's not going to play in the final two games. He finishes the season with a .312 average, 24 home runs, 76 RBI, 74 runs scored and eight stolen bases. He was truly one of the best waiver adds in fantasy baseball this season. Just be careful that you don't overpay for him next year. The numbers are good and home games at Coors are advantageous, but he is, by no means, to be considered elite.Analyst: Howard Bender
Dickerson doesn't hit as well vs left handed pitchers so is going to sit this one out. He's been a revelation for fantasy owners this season.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Dickerson continued his great season, hitting his 24th home run in addition to his 74th and 75th RBI's and raising his season average up to .310. What makes these numbers so impressive are that they've been done in limited at bats, though he's virtually guaranteed himself a starting spot next year for Colorado. Analyst: Ben Diamond
The home run was Dickerson's 23rd of the season, and he's now upped his slash line to a robust .307/.360/.566. In essence, he's been what fantasy owners expected from Carlos Gonzalez this season with less speed. He's very much a product of Coors. In fact, he's been below average on the road, slashing just .242/.297/.428. He'll be a controversial player in fantasy drafts next spring. Analyst: Spencer Silva