After reaching base twice -- once on a single and once on an error -- in Saturday's 5-2 loss the Reds at Coors Field, Dickerson has been on the basepaths five times since returning to the Rockies' lineup on Friday.
"I'm glad to get on base a few times and be able to test it out running," Dickerson said. "It's felt great, and I've kind of played at a good pace for the team. Nothing's bothering me, so I'm pretty pumped about that."
Even though the plantar fasciitis sidelined Dickerson more than three weeks on two separate occasions, he maintained that his swing hadn't wavered. That has been proven true over the last two games, where Dickerson has three hits, including two to the opposite field.
Dickerson has repeatedly said that his biggest concern was playing the outfield, but he showed no limitations on his sliding catch in the second inning.
"I feel like we're positioning ourselves pretty well, trying to read scouting reports and stuff like that to help us out," Dickerson said. "I feel pretty good out there [in the outfield] and pretty confident. Nothing's really bothering me, so I'm trying not to think about it."