Latest Update Flowers expected back before first pitch Tuesday. Tue Jul, 22, 05:18 PM
Has tremendous size for the catching position, and generates a lot of power at the plate when he connects. Has improved his game-calling skills over time.
Flaws: : Is not a good hitter for average and strikes out too much. Must continue to work on his footwork and receiving skills behind the plate, since he's a bit stiff back there.
Wow! Guess that means the baby has been born. Congratulations to the Flowers family as they welcome in a new baby into their lives. He is not in the White Sox lineup, while Adrian Nieto is starting at catcher for the Sox tonight.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Flowers has started off the second half on a high-note, having now logged four hits over his first two games. Prior to his recent surge, Flowers has been a major disappointment for the White Sox, slashing .229/.288/.321 with five home runs and 29 RBI through 262 at-bats, so hopefully for his AL-only owners his recent production will get him moving back in the right direction. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Flowers continued his solid start to the season and is now holding down a .310 average with three homers and 15 RBI through 129 at-bats. However, considering the other options out there, Flowers is a fringe mix league add and should only be considered in AL-only formats at this time. Analyst: Matthew Beck
It's not so much the 3-for-15 slide over the last four games as much as it's just a need for rest. Flowers has been behind the plate nearly every game this week and could just use a break. Adrian Nieto will get the nod Friday.Analyst: Howard Bender