4. Corey Dickerson
That’s not Deja Vu, yes Corey Dickerson is yet another player to appear in this series before, taking a fairly prime spot in that Pirates list. I will say that this will not be the last that we see of Corey Dickerson, though the final list he will appear in won’t be until the offseason.
Dickerson was an outstanding player for the Rockies in a time when the team was consistently in the cellar of the league. He has truly come into his own since leaving the franchise to become a bit of a short-term journeyman.
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His two seasons so far with Miami have been productive. When Miami became the surprise team in the playoffs, Dickerson was instrumental in the Wild Card Series Win. His three-run home run in Game 1 not only put Miami ahead in a game they would win, but was the most important play of the entire series, adding 2.52% to the team’s championship probability with just that play alone (over a whole percent higher than the second place play).
Dickerson is still on the Marlins through the 2022 season, so he has plenty of time to help further earn his spot in the franchise’s legacy and earn a higher spot on a future iteration of this list.