Latest Update Corey Dickerson hit his 20th home run of the year while adding a walk in the Rockies defeat to the Giants on Wednesday night. Thu Aug, 28, 01:45 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.
Dickerson continues to have a great season, though it will be interesting to see if he is a full-time starter in Colorado or elsewhere next season.Analyst: Steve Pimental
Dickerson will sit tonight as the Rockies start and outfield consisting of Brandon Barnes, Drew Stubbs, and Matt McBride. Dickerson is raking over his last 15 games hitting .309 with 10 runs, five home runs and 16 RBI.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
After a brief two-game 0-for-8, Dickerson has heated right back up and is now 5-for-11 with two home runs, four RBI and two runs scored over his last two games. With a strong finish to the season, Dickerson will easily go down as the best waiver pick-up for the 2014 season. The Rockies finish up August on the road, but play 13 (well, 14 actually as they have a make-up game to finish as well) of their final 25 games at home.Analyst: Howard Bender
If you had Dickerson pegged as the Colorado outfielder to stick with this year instead of Charlie Blackmon, well kudos to you. He's been absolutely incredible all year and while he had to scratch and claw to stay in the lineup earlier in the season, he's been the staple throughout the second half. Granted, Coors Field helps to build up many a hitter, but the fantasy world doesn't care where you produce, just so long as you do. Dickerson is now slashing .316/.370/.577 with 19 home runs, 59 RBI and eight stolen bases on the year and will be one of the biggest keeper questions of the offseason. He's been fantastic this year, but can he do it again?Analyst: Howard Bender