Everything is going right these days for Rays outfielder Corey Dickerson.
The fifth-year pro is hitting a scorching .400 over the past seven days and has an American League-leading .345 average on the season. On Tuesday, he went full Vladimir Guerrero.
While leading off the third inning against the Rangers, Dickerson got hold of a breaking ball for a double. In realtime, the pitch looked low, but upon seeing the replay, it was clear that the pitch bounced before Dickerson made contact.
Just incredible. The Rays’ Twitter account was quite impressed, as it should’ve been.
Hey, baseball can look easy when you’re on a roll like Corey Dickerson.