In 21 minor league games, Flores has a .991 fielding percentage, the highest percentage for any position he's played. Followed by first, third, then short.
Maybe he isn't a corner infielder, maybe he's a 2b.. just saying...
doesnt mean much. he plays what he gets. reports are his range is awful and cant get to much. some recent outlooks on flores.
<<Putting Flores in leftfield is a bad, bad idea. He’s just not fast enough to ever have better than well below average range in the outfield. No, he can’t learn to get faster. He’ll catch the balls that he can reach, but he will not reach enough in the outfield to be anything other than poor.
Flores at second is more appealing than in leftfield, but I still think that it would be a stretch. He is, and will always be, a second baseman with below average range. Again, he’ll field the grounders he can reach, but he will not reach enough of them. He has good hands and a plus arm, but his feet are slow, too slow for short, and too slow to play an average second base.>>