Corey Dickerson, full name McKenzie Corey Dickerson is an American born professional baseball outfielder currently with the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team. Corey is 1.85 m tall and weighs 93 kg.
Corey was a student at Brookhaven Academy where he played baseball for the school’s baseball team. After high school, he got a full scholarship to attend Meridian Community College in Meridian, Mississippi. There, he played college baseball as a centre fielder and was also the leadoff hitter for the baseball team.
Corey was first drafted by the Colorado Rockies during the 2009 MLB draft but he did not sign with them. The Rockies then came back to draft him during the 2010 MLB draft where they selected him in the eighth round of the draft. He signed with them this time and started his professional career. He was assigned to play with the Asheville Tourists of the Class A South Atlantic League in 2011.
For the 2012 season, Corey spent the season playing for both the Tulsa Drillers of the Class AA Texas League and for the Modesto Nuts of the California League. That season, he was named a California League mid-season All-Star. He also played in the Arizona Fall League that year.
In June 2013, the Rockies promoted him to the major leagues for the very first time and he made his MLB debut that month for the Rockies. In March 2022, the St Louis Cardinals signed a one-year, a contract worth $5 million with him.
Does Corey Dickerson Have Kids?
Corey Dickerson has two sons with his wife Beth Anne. His first son was born in 2014 and his second son was born in 2018.