Chicago Tribune "The White Sox avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to terms with pitcher Jeff Samardzija and catcher Tyler Flowers. Samardzija, who can become a free agent next winter, agreed to a one-year, $9.8 million contract." January 17
Source: Tyler Flowers re-signs with #White Sox, one year, $950,000.
One name Mets will keep an eye for non-tender is ChiSox Tyler Flowers. Team execs have liked him in the past. Potential d'Arnaud backup.
CSN Chicago "Tyler Flowers doesn’t know what to make of his future with the White Sox. The catcher rejoined his teammates for a day Thursday to collect his belongings before he headed home for the offseason. Flowers -- who had shoulder surgery on Sept. 5 and is expected to miss three months -- said he’s..." September 27
Hardball Talk "As if hitting .195 after being tasked with replacing A.J. Pierzynski as the White Sox’s starting catcher wasn’t enough to ruin Tyler Flowers‘ season now he’s undergoing exploratory shoulder surgery. Dan Hayes of CSNChicago.com reports that Flowers is expected to miss 3-6 months which means he..." September 02
Chicago Tribune "Before lifting Tyler Flowers for a pinch hitter in the seventh inning, White Sox manager Robin Ventura reiterated his support Sunday for the struggling catcher. "He's doing a great job calling a game," Ventura said. "The hitting has become better. He's going to run into a guy where he does..." June 17
Chicago Sun-Times "Catcher Tyler Flowers is getting his shot, and he’s the first to admit it’s not going as he had hoped. Flowers, who took over for fan favorite A.J. Pierzynski, is more popular with the pitchers who throw to him than he is with White Sox fans. And pitching coach Don Cooper, who aired Flowers out..." May 30
CSN Chicago "Tyler Flowers had a modest goal in mind for Wednesday’s game. He just wanted to see the ball better in his plate appearances. The White Sox catcher not only had better vision but he easily surpassed his biggest objective as his early three-run home run gave Jose Quintana ample support and..." April 18
CSN Chicago "There’s an air of confidence to Tyler Flowers this season and it was clearly evident after he went 0-for-3 with a strikeout on Sunday. Whereas last season he may have let a similar performance bother him because it’d be six or seven days before he’d play again, Flowers is comforted; he knows..." April 09
CSN Chicago "If there's a monkey on Tyler Flowers' back, it's not off just yet. The White Sox catcher had a successful debut as A.J. Pierzynski's successor, guiding Chris Sale through 7 2/3 shutout innings and hitting a solo home run to account for his team's only run in a 1-0 Opening Day win over Kansas..." April 02
Chicago Tribune "Through the hype and excitement of opening day, new general manager Rick Hahn knew reality would settle in soon Monday when his Chicago White Sox played host to American League Central rival Kansas City before a sellout crowd at U.S. Cellular Field. "As I sit here right now, I’ve always been..." April 01
Flowers listed in Sox's lineup. Keppinger starting at 3b.
MLB Daily Dish "I have been cruel to Tyler Flowers. I have told anyone who will listen that the White Sox have made a mistake by not signing a free agent or making a trade for a better backstop. I have insisted that no one draft Flowers for their fantasy team, and I shuddered when someone offered to give me a..." February 21
South Side Sox "Barring trade or act of God, Tyler Flowers will be the starting catcher for our Chicago White Sox come April. No amount of wailing or gnashing of the teeth will change this. For the first time since coming over in a trade from the Atlanta Braves in December of 2008, he will be given the..." February 19
South Side Sox "Monday on Instagram, the White Sox celebrated pitchers and catchers day by showing a White Sox pitcher and catcher celebrating. It's a simple concept befitting of the day, and served as a reminder that baseball time is under way. It's no secret that Flowers has his work cut out for him to gain..." February 14
ESPN Chicago "Forget the late-season slump and the struggles against right-handed pitching, the Chicago White Sox remain supremely confident that Dayan Viciedo will emerge as a powerful force in the American League. The latest to pick up the cause for the right-handed power hitter was hitting coach Jeff..." February 07