Adam Eaton (outfielder) Bio, Age, Wife, Height, MLB And Net worth.

Adam Eaton Biography

Adam Eaton born Adam Cory Eaton is an American professional baseball outfielder for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his MLB debut in 2012 with the Arizona Diamondbacks and played with them through the 2013 season. He played for the Chicago White Sox from 2014 to 2016. Previously before playing professionally, he played college baseball for Miami University.

Adam Eaton Age

Adam Cory Eaton was born in Springfield, Ohio Unites States on 6th December 1988. He is 30 years as of 2018.

Adam Eaton Family

Adam Cory Eaton was born in Springfield, Ohio Unites States to Glenn Eaton And Robin Eaton  He has a brother Zack Eaton who is an acquisitions officer in the United States Air Force. Eaton graduated from Kenton Ridge High School in Springfield, Ohio. Later he attended Miami University on a college baseball scholarship.

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Adam Eaton Wife

Eaton is married to former Miami RedHawks softball player Katie Osburn Eaton. Together they are parents to a boy named Brayden Eaton. They reside in Brighton, Michigan during the offseason. He has been confused with former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher Adam Eaton.

Adam Eaton Career

College Career

While at the Kenton Ridge High School in Springfield, Ohio, he was the fourth player to reach the major leagues preceded by Dave Burba, Rick White and Dustin Hermanson. A pitcher and outfielder in high school, his fastball could reach as high as 92 mph, while he batted 482 in his junior season in 2006.

He helped lead his team to the regional finals in 2004 and 2005. Eaton earned All-Ohio honorable mention honors that year, as well as being named to the All-Miami Valley first team and the Springfield News-Sun’s All-Area first team as a sophomore and junior. However, a bulging disc suffered while playing basketball limited Eaton in his senior season in 2007.

Eaton attended Miami University on a college baseball scholarship. Miami recruited him as a two-way player. He played for the Miami RedHawks baseball team in the Mid-American Conference (MAC) in NCAA Division I. In 2009, he was named a MAC All-Star outfielder.

Arizona Diamondbacks

The Diamondbacks drafted Eaton in the 19th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball draft, with the 571st overall selection. In 2010 and 2011, he had a .340 batting average with the Diamondbacks’ minor league affiliates. In 2010, he was named a Pioneer League All-Star outfielder, and a California League All-Star in 2011.

Still, in 2011, he batted .318 with 145 hits and 72 walks, good for a .434 on-base percentage (OBP), which was the fourth best OBP in minor league baseball. He was invited to spring training in 2012, where he impressed Diamondbacks’ manager Kirk Gibson, and received as many at-bats as Diamondbacks regulars.

Still, in that year, he played for the Reno Aces of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League (PCL). He was named the PCL Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player. The Diamondbacks called Eaton up to the major leagues on September 4. Eaton was expected to play for the Diamondbacks for the 2013 season but suffered an injury to his right elbow during spring training. He returned to the Diamondbacks in July and played in 66 games.

Chicago White Sox

On December 10, 2013, the Diamondbacks traded Eaton to the Chicago White Sox in a three-team deal, involving the Diamondbacks, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and the White Sox. The Diamondbacks received Mark Trumbo from the Angels and two players (Brandon Jacobs and A. J. Schugel). The Angels received Tyler Skaggs from the Diamondbacks and Hector Santiago from the White Sox.

Washington Nationals

On December 7, 2016, Eaton was traded to the Washington Nationals for Lucas Giolito, Reynaldo López, and Dane Dunning.

On Opening Day, he went 1-for-2, was walked twice, stole a base, scored a run, and hit a double against the Miami Marlins. However, on April 28, 2017, he stumbled when reaching first base and left the game. The next day, he was diagnosed with a left knee strain, placing him on the 10-day disabled list. Further tests from MRIs revealed that Eaton had a torn ACL, as well as a torn meniscus and a sprained ankle. This led to him missing the rest of the 2017 season.

The Year 2018

In 2018, Eaton got a late start on spring training with the Nationals wanting to handle him with care. He got off to a hot start winning the first National League Player of the Week award of the year (and in his career) after going 8-for-13 with two home runs against the Cincinnati Reds in a three-game series.

However, he continued to move awkwardly on his surgically repaired left leg, and after exiting a game against the New York Mets early on April 5 following an aggressive sliding play at the plate to score a run, he was ultimately placed on the disabled list with what was described as a bone bruise in his left ankle on April 11.

On May 10, he underwent arthroscopic surgery on his injured ankle in Green Bay, Wisconsin, with Dr. Robert Anderson. The doctor discovered and removed a small tear in the cartilage of the ankle that was causing discomfort. Following the chondral flap operation and a brief rehab assignment with the Class-AA Harrisburg Senators and High-A Potomac Nationals, Eaton was activated from the disabled list for a start in right field against the San Francisco Giants at Nationals Park on June 9. He compiled a .301 average and .805 OPS over 319 plate appearances on the season.

Adam Eaton Awards

AL triples leader (2014, 2016)

Adam Eaton Net Worth

His last signed Contract for ‎5 yr(s) adds up to $23,500,000 and earning an average Salary of ‎$4,700,000. However, his overall estimated net worth is still under review.

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