Latest Update Eaton says his finger is not broken, claiming it's just jammed, and while it's painful, he can play through it Tue Jul, 22, 09:30 PM
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.
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
With Eaton on a four-game hit streak and no injury reported, the assumption is that this is just a a simple day of rest. If it's anything more than that, we'll have the report. In the meantime, Leury Garcia will play center field and bat ninth.Analyst: Howard Bender
Eaton appears to have avoided a serious injury, but the situation will have to be closely monitored because there is no knowing how his ankle will react once he runs with it. Hopefully he will be fine, as another DL stint is the last thing Eaton and the White Sox need right now. Analyst: Ben Diamond