Latest Update Tyler Flowers hits 10th home run Sun Aug, 31, 05:14 AM
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 had himself a solid second half of the season up to this point, slashing .276/.345/.495 with five home runs and 15 RBI over his last 105 at-bats. It is nice to see that he has turned things around since returning from the All-Star break, but there are far better options to deploy behind the dish at this time.Analyst: Matthew Beck
Flowers is now 8-for-21 (.381 BA) with two home urns, six RBI and six runs scored over his last six stats, as he continues to gain value as we head into the stretch run. After hitting .218 in the first half, Flowers has really turned things around following the All-Star break, slashing .455/.510/.818 over his last 44 at-bats, so there is a lot to like from the White Sox backstop if he is able to keep up the pace. Analyst: Matthew Beck
Flowers is now slashing .447/.512/.737 with two home runs, 10 RBI and six runs scored since returning from the All-Star break. Although he is still hitting just .247 on the season, Flowers makes for a viable fantasy option while swinging a hot bat, especially so hop on board if in need of help behind the dish. Analyst: Matthew Beck
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