1. Tyler Flowers will continue his successful start
In five games played this season (18 at-bats), Flowers is already doing better than he did last April. Flowers is batting .500 on the year with nine hits (one double) and two RBIs.
He has struck out six times and has scored two runs and has walked none. His on-base percentage stands at .500.
Flowers has been a surprise thus far this season, because I’ll be the first to admit I didn’t see this type of start for Flowers to begin the season.
Maybe this is the season Flowers finally reaches his potential.