Skyhawk Baseball | Chris Flores
|Major||Health and Human Performance|
|Hometown||Southwest Ranches, Fla.|
|Height/Weight||6-4 - 205 lbs.|
2013: Made eight appearances, including one start (at Central Arkansas on April 23)...Logged multi-innings in exactly half of his appearances, including a career-high four innings in relief against Central Arkansas on May 14…Racked up two or more strikeouts in four appearances, including a career-best four punchouts against Central Arkansas on May 14…Pieced together three consecutive outings with zero earned runs from March 16-April 2 out of the bullpen (a span of 5.1 innings).
BEFORE UTM: Played for head coach Mike Moss at Chaminade-Madonna Preparatory School in Hollywood, Fla. last season…As a senior, Flores went 4-5 with a 2.28 ERA in 11 appearances…Struck out 56 batters while allowing 54 hits in 58.1 innings…Tossed a one-hitter while whiffing six batters in six innings while helping the Lions to the 4Him Classic championship over Calvary Christian…Was an honorable mention all-county selection by the Miami Herald newspaper…As a junior in 2011, posted a 7-6 record with a 2.23 ERA in 74 innings, fanning 71 batters against only 22 walks against a powerhouse district in South Florida that featured three of the nation’s top-25 squads…Tossed eight complete games in 13 starts and earned all-district first team accolades…Was also named a first teamer by 954 Broward baseball magazine and was an honorable mention selection to the All-South Florida team…Pitched for the Miami Snappers in the summer of 2011, going 6-1 with a pair of saves, sporting a 1.95 ERA in 38 innings…Was invited to take part in the inaugural Power Showcase All-World Baseball Classic on Dec. 30, 2011 at Chase Field (home of the Arizona Diamondbacks) in Phoenix, Ariz., representing the U.S. in a game that featured the most prolific 40 amateur prospects in the world (20 born in the U.S. and 20 international).
PERSONAL: Born on Aug. 4, 1994…Son of Eduardo and Jacqueline Flores…Has three siblings: Eddie Jr., Christine and Nicole…Majoring in health and human performance.