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2023 Player Outlook

2023 Recap: More contact and less whiffs were key to Flores putting forth one of the best campaigns of his entire MLB career. In 126 games last season, he slashed .284/.355/.509 with 23 home runs, 22 doubles, 51 runs scored, and 60 RBI. He enjoyed a career-best barrel rate, and his .492 SLG against breaking pitches was the best mark he's put forth in a season in his career. He also punished fastballs last season, and a post All-Star Break power surge (15 HR, .550 SLG in 220 ABs) boosted his overall numbers. 

2024 Outlook: The amount of power he put forth last season with underwhelming exit velocity data is impressive, but I'm skeptical about another season with 20+ home runs for Flores. He'll continue to make a lot of contact, which elevates his batting average floor, but his overall power numbers should regress a bit, with his home run total coming somewhere in the 16-18 range. The 2024 version of Flores won't be as good as the 2023 version, but I'm confident it will be far better, especially in terms of batting average, than his 2022 self. He's a bench bat in deeper mixed leagues that will be drafted in the later rounds, if at all.

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