Latest Update Wilmer Flores went 3-for-6 with two home runs, double, six RBI and three runs scored in the Mets win over the Marlins on Tuesday. Tue Sep, 16, 10:05 PM
Owns tremendous hands and bat speed, plus the ability to drive the ball to all fields. Also makes fairly consistent contact and doesn't strike out too much. Also displays a very good arm in the field.
Flaws: : Lacks quickness, so his big-league position is somewhat in doubt at this point. Doesn't have the range for shortstop. While his walk rate is improving, he could stand to be a little more patient.
Flores had a breakout game on Tuesday night. He isn't known for the type of power he displayed, but it was nice to see it nonetheless. If this is the beginning of a hot streak, he is a name to consider adding over the final two weeks.Analyst: David Kerr
Since being trapped in an 0-for-18 slump, he has gone 6-for-11 in the past three games and has raised his average to .236 in the process. While Flores is hitting well at the moment, he hasn't done quite enough to attract attention in fantasy leagues. Leave him on the waiver wire.Analyst: Colby Conway
Despite a nice effort on Saturday night, Flores is only slashing .225/.259/.325 with four home runs and 20 RBI through 209 at-bats. Unless he turns things around fast he should not be a starter in any formats. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Flores has been streaking lately, going 9-for-23 (.391 BA) with two extra-base hits and five runs scored over his last five games. However, he is still far from a fantasy option, considering Friday night's start was just his third of the month, so unless his playing time increases, he belongs on the waiver wire. Analyst: Matthew Beck