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Tyler Flowers was born on 24 January, 1986 in American, is an American baseball player. Discover Tyler Flowers's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 34 years old?

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In 2019, on defense he led all major league catchers in passed balls, with 16. In November 2019, the Braves declined Flowers' option, instead agreeing to a one-year, $4 million dollar contract for the 2020 season.


Though he was hit by several pitches throughout the course of the 2017 season, Flowers did not miss many games until he was injured by a foul tip on August 30. Shortly after his reinstatement from the 10-day disabled list, Flowers was hit by a pitch in a game against the Washington Nationals on September 13. The incident caused a wrist injury, though Flowers was unaware of its severity until having surgery on October 9. On defense, in 2017 he had the weakest arm strength (74.7) of all major league catchers. In 2017, he caught 23% of base stealers, as 55 runners stole bases against him (3rd-most in the league) and he caught 16. The Braves picked up Flowers' team option at the end of the 2017 season. He agreed to a one-year extension for the 2019 season on August 28, 2018, worth $4 million. The contract included a club option for the 2020 season worth $6 million.

In 2018 he batted .227/.341/.359. On defense, in 2018 he again had the weakest arm strength (74.7) of all major league catchers. He caught 23% of base stealers, as 44 runners stole bases against him and he caught 13.


Flowers was inducted into the Blessed Trinity Hall of Fame in January 2015.

Flowers and the White Sox on January 16, 2015 agreed to a one-year deal for $2.675 million avoiding arbitration. On April 25, 2015, Flowers was fined an undisclosed amount for his role in a brawl against the Kansas City Royals but was not suspended any games. On defense, in 2015 he had the weakest arm strength (77.3) of all major league catchers. The White Sox did not tender Flowers a contract for the 2016 season, making him a free agent.

The Atlanta Braves officially signed Flowers to a two-year contract worth $5.3 million on December 16, 2015. In July 2016, Miami Marlins pitcher A. J. Ramos hit Flowers' left hand with a pitch. The injury was exacerbated in a series against the Chicago White Sox, and it was announced during the All-Star break that Flowers would miss six weeks of the season. He was reactivated on August 17. In 2016, he caught only 5% of base stealers, as 60 runners stole bases against him and he caught 3.


With the departure of veteran catcher A. J. Pierzynski in the offseason, Flowers became the starting catcher for the White Sox in 2013. An offseason injury adversely affected his offensive production, and Flowers was demoted to backup as the White Sox brought up one of their top prospects, Josh Phegley. Flowers left in early September to have season-ending shoulder surgery. After the season, Flowers signed a one-year deal for $950,000 with Chicago, avoiding arbitration. Flowers was named the starting catcher to begin the 2014 season. On May 26, 2014 Flowers received his first career ejection by Ron Kulpa for arguing a pitch that appeared low. He finished the year with a .241 batting average, 15 home runs and 50 runs batted in.


Flowers again started the 2011 season at AAA Charlotte. There he hit .261 with 15 home runs and 32 RBI in 222 at-bats. He was then called up in July to serve as the backup to A. J. Pierzynski after Ramón Castro was placed on the disabled list. Flowers became the starting catcher in mid-August after an injury to Pierzynski. Flowers hit his first Major League home run on August 13, 2011 against Luke Hochevar and the Kansas City Royals. On August 28, 2011, while facing Jason Vargas and the Seattle Mariners, Flowers hit his first Major League grand slam.


Flowers started the 2010 season at AAA Charlotte. He hit .220 with 16 home runs and 53 RBI in 346 at-bats before getting another September call up. Flowers played in 8 games with the White Sox and only had 1 hit in 11 at-bats.


On September 1, 2009, Flowers was called up from AAA Charlotte Knights after hitting .297 with 15 home runs and 56 RBI between AA Birmingham Barons and AAA Charlotte Knights. He made his major league debut on September 3 and recorded his first major league hit on September 19, against the Kansas City Royals. In 10 games, Flowers finished the 2009 season batting .188 with no home runs and no RBIs.


In 2008 Flowers played for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans of Advanced-A. He played 122 games, all at catcher. He had a .288 batting average, .427 on-base percentage, and .494 slugging percentage. He caught 28% of base stealers, as 112 runners stole bases against him and he caught 43.

On December 4, 2008, Flowers and fellow Braves prospects Brent Lillibridge, Jonathan Gilmore and Santos Rodriguez were traded to the Chicago White Sox for Javier Vázquez and Boone Logan.


In 2007, he was promoted to A-ball with the Rome Braves. Flowers played in 106 games with a batting average of .298 with 116 hits, 12 homers, 70 RBIs and a .488 slugging percentage. He began transitioning to catcher that season, after the starting and substitute catchers suffered injuries in the same game.


In 2006 Flowers played 34 games in his first professional season for the Rookie League Danville Braves. He hit .279 with 36 hits, 5 home runs and 16 RBIs, playing 22 games at first and eight as a catcher.


Flowers was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 33rd round of the 2005 MLB draft.


Cole Tyler Flowers (born January 24, 1986) is an American professional baseball catcher for the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously played for the Chicago White Sox from 2009 to 2015.