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  • Christopher Charles Dickerson
  • Status: Free Agent
  • Born: 4/10/ in Hollywood, CA
  • Draft: , Cincinnati Reds, Round: 16, Overall Pick:
  • College: Nevada-Reno
  • MLB Debut: 8/12/

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TeamDateTransaction
November 6, LF Chris Dickerson elected free agency.
September 4, Norfolk Tides activated LF Chris Dickerson from the 7-day disabled list.
August 25, Norfolk Tides placed LF Chris Dickerson on the 7-day disabled list.
May 23, Norfolk Tides activated LF Chris Dickerson from the 7-day disabled list.
May 3, Norfolk Tides placed LF Chris Dickerson on the 7-day disabled list.
December 15, Baltimore Orioles signed free agent LF Chris Dickerson to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
December 15, LF Chris Dickerson assigned to Norfolk Tides.
November 7, CF Chris Dickerson elected free agency.
August 20, Baltimore Orioles signed free agent OF Chris Dickerson to a minor league contract.
August 20, CF Chris Dickerson assigned to Bowie Baysox.
December 27, OF Chris Dickerson assigned to Toros del Este.
November 6, LF Chris Dickerson elected free agency.
September 24, Buffalo Bisons activated LF Chris Dickerson from the 7-day disabled list.
June 11, Buffalo Bisons placed LF Chris Dickerson on the 7-day disabled list.
May 9, Buffalo Bisons activated LF Chris Dickerson from the 7-day disabled list.
April 29, Buffalo Bisons placed LF Chris Dickerson on the 7-day disabled list.
April 28, Buffalo Bisons activated LF Chris Dickerson from the temporarily inactive list.
April 24, Buffalo Bisons placed LF Chris Dickerson on the temporarily inactive list.
February 21, Toronto Blue Jays signed free agent LF Chris Dickerson to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
February 21, LF Chris Dickerson assigned to Buffalo Bisons.
September 16, LF Chris Dickerson elected free agency.
September 9, Cleveland Indians sent LF Chris Dickerson outright to Columbus Clippers.
July 15, OF Chris Dickerson assigned to International League All-Stars.
July 7, Pittsburgh Pirates traded LF Chris Dickerson to Cleveland Indians for Player To Be Named Later.
June 6, Indianapolis Indians activated OF Chris Dickerson from the 7-day disabled list.
May 29, Indianapolis Indians placed OF Chris Dickerson on the 7-day disabled list.
April 2, OF Chris Dickerson assigned to Indianapolis Indians.
January 6, Pittsburgh Pirates signed free agent Chris Dickerson.
November 4, LF Chris Dickerson elected free agency.
October 31, Baltimore Orioles sent LF Chris Dickerson outright to Norfolk Tides.
September 6, Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of Chris Dickerson from Norfolk Tides.
July 28, Baltimore Orioles sent Chris Dickerson outright to Norfolk Tides.
July 19, Baltimore Orioles designated Chris Dickerson for assignment.
April 10, Baltimore Orioles selected the contract of LF Chris Dickerson from Norfolk Tides.
April 2, Chris Dickerson assigned to Norfolk Tides.
January 29, Baltimore Orioles signed free agent LF Chris Dickerson to a minor league contract and invited him to spring training.
January 11, New York Yankees released LF Chris Dickerson.
January 4, New York Yankees designated LF Chris Dickerson for assignment.
October 19, New York Yankees activated LF Chris Dickerson.
September 1, New York Yankees selected the contract of LF Chris Dickerson from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
June 6, Chris Dickerson roster status changed by Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
April 14, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees placed LF Chris Dickerson on the 7-day disabled list retroactive to April 12,
February 26, New York Yankees sent LF Chris Dickerson outright to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
September 1, New York Yankees recalled Chris Dickerson from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
August 4, Chris Dickerson roster status changed by Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
July 31, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees placed LF Chris Dickerson on the temporarily inactive list.
July 30, New York Yankees optioned LF Chris Dickerson to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
July 17, Chris Dickerson roster status changed by New York Yankees.
July 17, New York Yankees recalled Chris Dickerson from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
July 4, New York Yankees optioned Chris Dickerson to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
June 12, New York Yankees recalled Chris Dickerson from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
June 10, New York Yankees optioned Chris Dickerson to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
May 17, New York Yankees selected the contract of Chris Dickerson from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
March 30, New York Yankees optioned Chris Dickerson to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees.
March 25, Milwaukee Brewers traded LF Chris Dickerson to New York Yankees for RHP Sergio Mitre.
August 9, Milwaukee Brewers traded CF Jim Edmonds to Cincinnati Reds for LF Chris Dickerson.
July 16, sent LF Chris Dickerson on a rehab assignment to Louisville Bats.
May 29, Chris Dickerson roster status changed by Cincinnati Reds.
April 30, Cincinnati Reds placed LF Chris Dickerson on the day disabled list. Sprained right wrist.
September 30, Cincinnati Reds activated LF Chris Dickerson from the day disabled list.
August 24, Cincinnati Reds placed LF Chris Dickerson on the day disabled list. Severely sprained his left ankle.
August 11, Cincinnati Reds activated LF Chris Dickerson from the day disabled list.
August 6, sent LF Chris Dickerson on a rehab assignment to Louisville Bats.
July 27, Cincinnati Reds placed LF Chris Dickerson on the day disabled list. Bruised right rotator cuff.

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Dickerson surprised many by hitting for a second consecutive season, as it was long thought his ability to do that was anchored to him hitting in Coors Field. He has now done it in as many seasons away from Coors as he did in Colorado. Injuries cut into his overall production last season; he was on pace to have a career year around the injuries which limited him to just 78 games. Dickerson has cured his issues against lefties that plagued him earlier in his career enough that he is at least league average in those situations. After signing a two-year deal with the Marlins, Dickerson appears likely to play nearly every day in , and the Marlins announced that they are moving in the center-field and right-center-field fences in Miami this season. Dickerson has the skills to be a player that provides you with a % return on your draft-day investment as long as you don't reach for him.

Dickerson adopted a contrarian approach, putting more balls in play, knowingly at the expense of power. After analyzing video, Dickerson began choking up while adjusting his stance based on the type of pitcher, allowing him to catch up to fastballs at a highly increased clip. The result was indeed a sharp decline in whiffs with a steep drop in HR/FB. Curiously, the rest of Dickerson’s underlying metrics were like the previous season, including hard-hit rate, exit velocity and launch angle. In fact, his launch angle ticked up a degree, running anti to hitting fewer homers. While Dickerson stated he was pleased with his new swing, his wOBA and wRC+ were identical to That said, it’s possible the next step is for Dickerson to add pop with the altered stroke. After winning the Gold Glove, there’s less of a chance he falls back into a platoon, making Dickerson an intriguing play with a new batting average floor plus power upside at an affordable price.

On the surface, it appears Dickerson figured out how to hit lefties, as he sported a higher OPS in when batting without the platoon advantage. However, it takes about 1, plate appearances for a lefty swinger against southpaws before he owns the split. Including last season, Dickerson isn't even halfway to that threshold, so assuming he continues to hit left-handers is risky. That said, Dickerson's gains were in average as he hit just three of his 27 homers with a lefty on the hill. Dickerson remains what he was heading into last season -- a power bat with batting average dependent on BABIP (mids contact rate). His success against lefties will likely afford him a chance to play close to every day with Pittsburgh following a February trade, but he could platoon if those gains don't hold. Despite hitting high in the order, Dickerson's run production is likely to fall short of other similar hitters, as the Pirates' offense does not project to be especially prolific with Andrew McCutchen gone.

Dickerson proved he wasn't just a Coors Field mirage in his first season in Tampa, as he equaled his career high with 24 homers while reaching the RBI mark for the second time in his career. His walk rate also saw a slight boost to percent, while his contact rate essentially held steady. The year-old provided plenty of optimism for by finishing the season on a high note, slashing // with six homers and 18 RBI over his last at-bats. Dickerson was a prolific source of extra-base hits, tallying a whopping 63 overall, including 36 doubles. Having had a full season to acclimate to American League pitching and his new home digs, Dickerson could be primed for another step up fantasy-wise in

Plantar fasciitis and rib fractures limited Dickerson to just 65 games in , his first season as an Opening Day starter in Colorado. He enjoyed a good deal of success when healthy, slashing // in plate appearances and managing 10 home runs in the truncated campaign. Dickerson already has 39 home runs in career plate appearances, shy of two full season's worth of at-bats. His fantasy outlook for took a hit with the late-January trade to Tampa Bay, as he now faces a likelihood of being platooned in addition to the downgrade in home park. That said, the park factor downgrade may be a bit overblown, as the Trop hasn't been a wasteland for left-handed power, and the AL East as a whole is generally favorable for left-handed power hitters. Dickerson does enough with the ball when he hits it that his % career strikeout rate has been a non-issue, and he can easily reach plus home runs if healthy for a full season no matter where he plays. Don't expect to see Dickerson run much, though, as he wasn't overly aggressive on the basepaths even before the foot injury last season.

Though he opened the season in a reserve role, Dickerson might have been the Rockies’ offensive MVP by the end of it. When injuries to Michael Cuddyer and Carlos Gonzalez opened up playing time, Dickerson took full advantage, smacking a team-leading 24 homers, adding a dash of steals, and batting , a mark that would have placed him fourth in the NL had he logged 24 more plate appearances to qualify. Likely locked into a starting role for , Dickerson won’t fly under the radar this season, but he isn’t necessarily a safe bet to fully replicate his production, either. Dickerson saw a point drop in OPS on the road last season and was mediocre against lefty pitching, posting a OBP while striking out in more than a quarter of his 98 plate appearances. The latter deficiency puts him at risk of slipping back into a platoon role with Drew Stubbs, potentially hurting his counting totals. Dickerson will carry the most utility in formats with daily lineup moves, where he can be better optimized when the park and pitcher handedness favor him.

Dickerson had always been regarded as a quality prospect in the Rockies’ system during his previous seasons in the minors, but it wasn’t until he compiled an otherworldly // line at Triple-A Colorado Springs that legitimate hope sprouted that he could be an everyday big leaguer. He got his first crack at meaningful duty with the Rockies in the second half, maintaining the % walk rate he showed at Triple-A while batting and showcasing encouraging gap power. What was somewhat concerning for Dickerson was his vast difference in home/road splits, as he slashed just // away from Coors Field. That issue is certainly not unique to Dickerson, but it’s something that might be significant enough for Charlie Blackmon to win the starting left field job, limiting Dickerson to fourth-outfielder status.

For what Dickerson might have sacrificed in the power department in moving away from a cushy home ballpark at Low-A Asheville, he more than made up for it as an all-around offensive threat, batting a collective and trimming his strikeout rate between stops at High-A Modesto and Double-A Tulsa. Dickerson picked up right where he left off in the regular season with a scintillating Arizona Fall League, and seems well positioned to see significant time at Triple-A Colorado Springs heading into this season. The Rockies' crowded outfield mix will probably prevent him from seeing any time in the big leagues until September, but another excellent season in the minors will surely put him on the team's radar for

While it's easy to fixate on Dickerson hitting 32 homers last season, we should also not look past the huge home/road split he had at Low-A Asheville last season. Dickerson hit 26 of his 32 homers at home, and had a OPS points higher there ( vs. ). Let's see how the Rockies' eighth round pick in the draft fares at higher levels and in more neutral parks before we get too excited about his potential.

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Takes seat Saturday

October 2,

Dickerson isn't starting Saturday's game against Baltimore.

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Swipes bag in win

September 25,

Dickerson went 1-for-2 with a walk and a stolen base in Saturday's win over Minnesota.

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Not starting Wednesday

September 15,

Dickerson isn't starting Wednesday's game against the Rays.

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Demolition begins on former Motley&#;s Auctions building ahead of Pleasant&#;s move

The year-old local hardware business will move its flagship store to make way for a new Whole Foods Market.

May 12, ; AM • by Trevor Dickerson

Crews began demolishing a former auction warehouse owned by Motley&#;s Group at West Broad Street on Monday, which will eventually clear the way for Pleasant&#;s Hardware to take over the space.

C.F. Sauer Company, which owns Pleasant&#;s, plans to move their current flagship location in The Fan to the site by the end of the year. After relocation occurs, the company will demolish the current hardware store to make way for a forthcoming Whole Foods Market.

The new Whole Foods will be part of the Sauer Center, a mixed-use development being developed by the Richmond-based spice manufacturer.

Pleasant&#;s Hardware, celebrating its th year in business in , began in a modest West Broad Street storefront near the current sprawling C.F. Sauer campus.

The site plan for the project can be seen below.

Sauer Center

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Trevor Dickerson loves all things Richmond and manages RVANews&#; West of the Boulevard and West End community sites.

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