Latest Update Eaton collects three hits Thursday Fri Jul, 25, 07:44 AM
Possesses good on-base skills, plenty of base-stealing speed and some pop in his bat. Can also play center field.
Flaws: : Must prove capable of hitting left-handed pitching over time. Also lacks high-end home-run power.
Eaton has been producing very well since returning from the All-Star break, slashing .462/.548/.577 with two RBI, three runs scored and two stolen bases, including four multi-hit performances over his last seven games. Although his production has been sporadic up to this point in the season, his ability to get on base at a high clip (.358 OBP), limited strikeouts (18.3 percent K Rate) and plus-speed make him a solid stat outside of the shallowest of formats while producing at a high level.Analyst: Matthew Beck
While Eaton is riding this streak, he's not really doing much but helping in the batting average category as he has no home runs, two RBI and just three runs scored in that span. He does have a pair of stolen bases but with his speed and these typo of on-base numbers, he should be contributing a little something extra.Analyst: Howard Bender
If Eaton goes down with a broken finger, he will miss the a large chunk of the next six weeks. He has already spent time on the disabled list and would like to avoid it if at all possible. While on the field, Eaton has been productive to the tune of a .282 average and ten steals.Analyst: David Kerr
He is suffering from both a sore left wrist and right ankle. No report of anything more serious than soreness, and the time off should be all he needs to return to the starting lineup once the All-Star break is over.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson