While Flores looked over matched in the GCL in 2009, he returned in 2010 looking like a different player. He hit .329/.436/.481 in 43 games, earning a promotion to Charleston, along with GCL Post-Season All-Star honors. In the GCL, Flores had a wRC+ of 171 and wOBA of .433. He spent fourteen games with the RiverDogs, putting up some respectable numbers before spending eight games with the Tampa Yankees.
In 2011, it was back to Charleston for Flores who continued to improve his hitting consistency. He looked to be adding a big of power and started to show off some surprising speed, swiping thirteen bags and getting caught only twice. Flores has been a solid defender since the beginning, spreading 27 errors across four seasons and 333 professional games.
This season, Flores looks like he may be coming into his own. After hitting an abysmal .207/.276/.230 in April, the youngster has his numbers up to .302/.367/.408 with five homers, nineteen doubles, a triple and 24 RBIs.… Click here to read the rest