Tyler Flowers C CWS 6 Months

Flowers is out of the lineup Wednesday against the Twins.

It sounds like little more than a day off for Flowers, who will be rested after a two-homer, four-RBI game on Tuesday. The recently-recalled Josh Phegley will serve as the catcher for left-hander John Danks.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 6 Months

Flowers went 2-for-5 with two home runs and four RBI Tuesday against the Twins.

It was his first career multi-homer game, and he now has three homers in his last three starts. However, he came in with just 10 home runs on the season and a .363 slugging percentage, so don't expect plus-power to be a theme going forward.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 6 Months

Flowers went 1-for-4 with his 10th home run of the season in Game 1 of Saturday's doubleheader against the Tigers.

It took him close to 30 more games to do so, but Flowers has finally matched him home run output from a season ago. Four of his 10 homers have come in August, but Flowers is still batting just .194/.270/.373 for the month. Adrian Nieto spelled him behind the plate for Game 2.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 6 Months

Flowers is out of the lineup Saturday against the Yankees.

Flowers, who is just 2-for-25 over his last eight games, will once again yield catching duties to Adrian Nieto. While Flowers still seems like the slight favorite for playing time, the team may have seen enough to rule out bringing him back next season, and if so they may be inclined to give the 24-year-old Nieto a larger share of the starts.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 7 Months

Flowers is out of the lineup Sunday against the Blue Jays.

Flowers will sit the day game Sunday after going 1-for-14 over the last four games. Adrian Nieto will start behind the plate for the White Sox and bat ninth.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 7 Months

Flowers went 3-for-3 with a triple, home run and three RBI Monday versus the Rangers.

Flowers is 5-for-10 with two home runs and five RBI so far in August. The 28-year-old is slashing .252/.309/.379 with eight home runs and 39 RBI in 301 at-bats on the year.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 8 Months

Tyler Flowers is 1-for-25 in July after going hitless in four at-bats Thursday.

The White Sox will certainly be on the looking for a possible catcher of the future if they do any selling this month. Since his incredible April in which he hit .367 (that'd be like a decent hitter batting .600), he's gone 24-for-168 (.149) with 71 strikeouts.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 9 Months

Tyler Flowers banged out a solo homer in Tuesday's 4-1 win against the Dodgers.

It was his only hit of the game. He'd gone 1-for-19 in his last six games, slashing his average from .312 to .281. Coming off batting averages of .209, .213, and .195 over the past three years, and sporting a high BABIP, it was only a matter of time before Flower's batting average plummeted back to earth. That process has started, so owners will have to hope that his power comes along, allowing him to finish safely over last season's career-high homer output of 10 (he has two over his past three games and five total). Flowers is slashing .282/.339/.405 and is on pace for 14 homers and 46 RBI.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 9 Months

Tyler Flowers got ejected from Monday's game against the Indians for arguing a called third strike.

It was a bit low and inside. Flowers reacted by throwing his bat and was quickly shown the door by home plate umpire Ron Kulpa. He went 0-for-2 with two strikeouts.

Tyler Flowers C CWS 10 Months

Tyler Flowers hit an RBI single in the ninth inning of Wednesday's loss to the Tigers.

It was the only run the White Sox managed all afternoon against Detroit. Flowers is batting .354/.398/.415 with nine RBI in 25 games played this season for Chicago.