1. Corey Dickerson
Corey Dickerson was an excellent player for both the Colorado Rockies and Pittsburgh Pirates. While he did not win any awards in a Rockies uniform, he rightfully earned the Gold Glove in 2018 with the Pirates, leading the NL across several fielding statistics for the full season, including 5 double plays turned as an outfielder, which is high, for the record. He did not waste his time in Colorado.
The Rockies drafted him in both 2009 and 2010, making his debut in 2013 and earned a starting spot in 2014. Dickerson was one of the few bright spots on the Rockies during his three seasons with them. He batted a great .314 in 2014 with a .931 OPS, both of which have been the highest of his career to this point.
He was a bright point on a poor team, something we have talked about a lot today, and he is worth the number one spot on this list.
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