Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 6 Days

Rockies recalled OF Corey Dickerson from Triple-A Colorado Springs.

Dickerson was just sent down less than a week ago, but he's back up to replace the injured Brett Anderson (finger). He'll serve as a backup at all three outfield spots.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 13 Days

Rockies optioned OF Corey Dickerson to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

In a corresponding roster move, the Rockies have activated Boone Logan from the disabled list. Dickerson has plenty of talent, but he simply wasn't playing enough with Charlie Blackmon and Drew Stubbs also on the roster. Chances are we'll hear from him again soon.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 17 Days

Corey Dickerson is starting in center field and batting leadoff on Thursday against the Marlins.

It's the first start of the 2014 regular season for the dynamic 24-year-old, who was an attractive fantasy sleeper after batting .344/.368/.500 in Cactus League play. He will have to hit and defend well early on this year to force his way into regular playing time.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 1 Month

Corey Dickerson belted his first home run of the Cactus League season, leading the Rockies in a 10-1 rout over the Royals on Sunday.

Dickerson took Danny Duffy over the boards for a solo shot in the sixth inning. He finished the afternoon 1-for-2 and also drew a walk. He's competing with Brandon Barnes and Drew Stubbs to be the team's primary center fielder, and has made a strong impression thus far, hitting .381 (8-for-21) with four extra-base hits and three RBI.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 2 Months

Corey Dickerson added 15 pounds of muscle over the offseason.

"Maybe two weeks out of the whole offseason," Dickerson said, when asked how much time he devoted to rest. "When you have a chance to compete for a spot, you have to take advantage. You can rest later." Dickerson is seen as the favorite, at the very least, to start in left field against right-handers this season. He'll have to hold off Charlie Blackmon, Drew Stubbs and Brandon Barnes for at-bats. The 24-year-old hit .371/.414/.632 with 11 homers, 14 triples and 21 doubles in 75 games last year at Triple-A, making him an interesting late-round sleeper.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 7 Months

Corey Dickerson went 3-for-7 with a walk-off RBI double in the 15th inning in Thursday's win over the Cardinals.

Dickerson ripped a ball down into the right field corner, allowing D.J. LeMahieu to score the game-winner when Yadier Molina failed to corral the relay throw. The surprising rookie sports a .289/.339/.486 batting line over the first 62 games of his career.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 8 Months

Corey Dickerson has been diagnosed with left knee tendinitis.

It's actually the hamstring behind his knee that's bothering him. Dickerson was forced from Monday's game with the ailment and seems likely to miss a good number of games. It's a shame, as Dickerson has been great for the Rockies, batting .295/.343/.508 over 47 contests this season.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 8 Months

Corey Dickerson left Monday's game against the Dodgers with an apparent hamstring injury.

Dickerson appeared to tweak his hamstring while legging out a double. He'll be re-evaluated before it's determined how much time he might miss.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 8 Months

Corey Dickerson tripled and doubled twice against the Padres on Wednesday.

The Rockies chose Charlie Blackmon over Dickerson before Carlos Gonzalez's finger took him out of the lineup. Dickerson, though, has looked like the better player when he's gotten his chances. He's hitting .321 with eight doubles and a couple of homers in 78 at-bats. Obviously, he's a nice play until Gonzalez gets back. After that, it might be a tight squeeze unless the Rockies start giving Michael Cuddyer a few starts at first base each week.

Corey Dickerson LF/CF COL 8 Months

Corey Dickerson hit his second home run of the season Thursday in the Rockies' loss to the Mets.

Dickerson's fourth-inning solo shot off Mets starter Dillon Gee was the only run the Rockies scored all day. Dickerson is batting .290/.343/.452 in 27 games this season for the Rox and should continue to see semi-regular playing time while Carlos Gonzalez (finger) is out.