Dickerson Corey lettered in baseball, basketball, and football at Brookhaven (MS) Academy. He won three state basketball championships.
Dickerson Corey Before a damaged labrum forced him to convert to the outfield and wide receiver, he was a quarterback in football and a shortstop in baseball.
His uniform number No. 3 was retired. He played two seasons of college baseball at Meridian (MS) Community College.
In February 2018, his number 23 was retired. Corey Dickerson has signed a letter of intent to play football at Mississippi State University.
He and his wife, Beth Anne, live in Miami Beach, Florida, with their two kids, Davis (7) and Miller (4).
Dickerson Corey On June 29, he was traded to the Marlins along with RHP Adam Cimber for INF Joe Panik and minor league RHP Andrew McInvale.
He appeared in 109 games, his most in a season since he played in 135 with the Pirates in 2018. This is his fifth season of playing in 100 games or more.
Dickerson Corey He only hit six home runs this season, his lowest total since his rookie season with Colorado in 2013, when he hit five. He hit six home runs against right-handed pitchers.
Dickerson Corey Batted.277 against RHP with 6 HR and 26 RBI, and.234 against LHP with zero HR and three RBI. He batted fifth in 24 games, the most of any position in the lineup.
Meet Corey Dickerson Brother, Alexander Ross Dickerson
Alexander Ross Dickerson is a Major League Baseball left fielder for the Atlanta Braves in the United States (MLB). He formerly played for the San Diego Padres and the San Francisco Giants in Major League Baseball.
He was named the 2010 Big Ten Conference Baseball Player of the Year by a unanimous vote while at Indiana University.
Dickerson was selected in the third round of the 2011 Major League Baseball draft by the Pittsburgh Pirates.
He was named Player of the Year in the Florida State League in 2012, Eastern League Rookie of the Year in 2013, and Pacific Coast League Rookie of the Year in 2015.
In 2015, he made his Major League Baseball debut with the San Diego Padres. In 2018, he had Tommy John surgery.
Dickerson was a first baseman and outfielder for Poway High School in Poway, California.
He was selected All-San Diego Division I Player of the Year after hitting .354/.420/.686 as a junior and .455/.522/.851 as a senior.
Dickerson had back surgery when he was fifteen years old and thus earned the moniker Grandpa.