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Meet the 2016 Tampa Bay Rays: Corey Dickerson

Where does Corey Dickerson's first name come from? Why is the Rays outfielder so meticulous about caring for his bats? What kind of bat does he swing? Is he a better singer or dancer? What show is he most likely to binge-watch? If he didn't play baseball, would he be better at basketball or football? What's his favorite time-killer on his phone? What is his favorite takeout food? What travel destination would he most like to visit? What is his babysitting strategy? How is his diaper-changing game? How would he describe Chris Archer's hair? Get to know one of the newest members of the Rays by watching his Meet the Rays video.

Corey Dickerson  [WILL VRAGOVIC | Times]

Corey Dickerson [WILL VRAGOVIC | Times]

Meet the 2016 Tampa Bay Rays: Corey Dickerson 03/28/16 [Last modified: Monday, March 28, 2016 9:43am]
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