Ever wonder why Adam Eaton races to first base after he draws a walk?
Why he runs around the bases like a cartoon combo of the Road Runner and Speedy Gonzales?
Too many shouldas for the young White Sox on Tuesday night.
Don’t forget about the rest of these guys.
The White Sox got a shot in the arm from an unexpected source Sunday afternoon: A 29-year-old rookie making his major league debut.
Standing on second base as Jose Abreu walked up to the plate with the bases loaded and two outs in the ninth, Adam Eaton could sense something special was about to happen.