The Chicago White Sox value center fielder Adam Eaton for a number of reasons. Having just acquired him this off-season, the White Sox love the hustle, grit, and attitude that Eaton brings.
Ironically enough, they acquired him from the Arizona Diamondbacks, a team that famously covets exactly those qualities.
Eaton has done well at the plate (.290/.368/.398), but he is probably better known among the White Sox faithful for plays like this one. Observe below as Eaton robs Torii Hunter at the wall:
The White Sox are clinging to a record around the .500 mark through the first 30 games of 2014. Unfortunately for them they lost this game at the hands of Max Scherzer and the rest of the Detroit Tigers. Still, with the emergence of Jose Abreu and the solid play of Eaton and others, this team looks to be no walkover in the AL Central this season.