Latest Update Tyler Flowers doubles in two runs Sat Jul, 26, 10:05 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.
Flowers has hit safely in seven of his last eight games and is 14-for-27 (.519) with one home run, seven RBI and a pair of runs scored over that span. He's now hitting .243 on the year which is actually pretty good for him. He remains a low-end option with his six home runs and high strikeout total. Analyst: Howard Bender
Tyler and his wife added a baby boy to their family this past Monday, which you would think would have ones mind distracted but that has been the total opposite for the White Sox catcher. Flowers had a three-game hitting streak leading up to the birth of his second child and has since gone 6-for-14 with a home run, two doubles, two RBI, and a run scored in the four games. He is worth adding as a second catcher in two catcher leagues, but only while he continues to swing a hot bat.Analyst: Michael Pichan
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