38. Corey Dickerson (Rockies career WAR: 4.4)
McKenzie Corey Dickerson is one of my personal favorite Rockies of all-time. He just looked like he was having more fun than anyone else on the field as a former 8th round pick that has turned himself into a Gold-Glove, All-Star outfielder.
But, his calling card was his bat and a swing that would snap most humans in half. It was commonly stated by his hitting coach he could wake up on Christmas morning and hit dingers, the kid just flat raked.
His career year still remains his 2014 campaign where he slashed .312/.364/.567 with 24 HR and 76 RBI for an OPS+ of 141. His only below-average year came in his rookie campaign where he mostly came off the bench as a pinch-hitter/late-game replacement.
Nobody worked harder or hustled more than him, give me 8 Corey’s and I’ll give you a winner. His short stint as a Rockie is the only thing keeping him this low.