Guillen sees a world of difference in catcher Tyler Flowers this spring compared to prior camps.
“Out of [everyone], Flowers is the one I’m very happy about,” Guillen said. “That kid came to spring training this year as a different guy. He swings the bat better and more comfortably. Behind the plate, he’s outstanding.”
It’s safe to say that if the White Sox knew they’d see this sort of change in the 25-year-old slugger, he’d be breaking camp with the big club instead of seeing his ticket again punched back to Charlotte.
“I’m pretty excited and happy for this kid, from one spring training to another,” Guillen said. “I’ve talked to everybody about it. Hopefully, no matter where he goes, he’ll keep up playing this way so people can count on him for the future.”
March 14, 2011
Tyler Flowers gets some praise from Ozzie
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