Flores was diagnosed with a fractured foot Wednesday, Zach Buchanan of The Athletic reports. Flores suffered the injury when he was hit by a pitch Sunday and subsequently landed on the 10-day injured list. The 27-year-old has no official timeline for his return since the severity of the fracture remains unclear, but it seems safe to say he'll spend more than the 10-day minimum on the shelf. Ketel Marte figures to take over as the primary second baseman in his absence, likely to the benefit of Jarrod Dyson in center field.
Flores (foot) was placed on the 10-day injured list prior to Tuesday's game. The move is retroactive to Monday as Flores as been held out of game action since exiting Sunday's game due to the hit by pitch. The severity of the injury remains unclear. Ketel Marte has moved to second base with Jarrod Dyson starting in center field to cover his absence.
Flores (foot) remains out Tuesday against the Padres. Flores was hit by a pitch on his foot Sunday and sat out Monday's contest. It's not clear when he's expected back. Ketel Marte again starts at second base, with Jarrod Dyson starting in center field.
Flores (foot) isn't in Monday's starting lineup against San Diego. Flores had to leave Sunday's contest after getting drilled on the foot by a pitch, and he was later diagnosed with a foot contusion. He'll be forced to miss at least one start while on the mend. Ketel Marte will move to the keystone while Jarrod Dyson nabs a start in center field with Flores out of the mix.
Flores was diagnosed with a right foot contusion after exiting Sunday's game early. Flores was hit on the foot by a Drew Pomeranz offering in the second inning and left the game as a result. The severity of the injury is unclear, though if he were to miss time, Jarrod Dyson would be the likely beneficiary with Ketel Marte taking over second-base duties.