By Rob Schwarz, Jr., White Sox Correspondent, Fri, Jan 16th 10:07am EST
Adam Eaton hit .330 with an .840 OPS in his final 80 games last season. Also during that stretch, Eaton had 23 extra-base hits. This is hopefully a sign that he is starting to recover from his 2013 elbow injury. (Source: CBS Sports
Fantasy Impact: Adam Eaton is not a first-round fantasy talent. However, if he continues his production from the end of last season and is consistent throughout the year, he could elevate himself as a top 25 fantasy outfielder.