Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 2 Days

Eaton went 1-for-3 with a walk, run scored and a stolen base in Thursday's loss to Cleveland.

Eaton has performed well in three games since returning from his oblique injury, going 4-for-11 with a couple of extra-base hits. The stolen base Thursday was his 13th of the season, and is a good sign that he is feeling healthy.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 3 Days

Eaton went 2-for-4 with a pair of runs scored Wednesday against the Indians.

Both hits were of the extra-base variety, and each came against Cleveland starter Corey Kluber. Eaton has quickly made an impact since being activated Tuesday, going 3-for-8 with an RBI and three runs scored in his first two games back.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 4 Days

Eaton (oblique) was reinstated from the disabled list Tuesday.

Eaton will return to the roster Tuesday, expected. He didn't take long to show he was healthy in his rehab assignment, collecting two hits including a double in his first game with Triple-A Charlotte. Eaton's return will require the White Sox to make a roster move, which will likely come at some point Tuesday.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 5 Days

Eaton (oblique) is expected to be activated from the disabled list Tuesday versus the Indians, ESPN Chicago reports.

In back-to-back outings at Triple-A Charlotte on Saturday and Sunday, Eaton went 3-for-10 with one RBI, two runs scored, and one steal. Although he appears to have climbed the final steps of his rehabilitation from a strained left oblique, which he sustained when he crashed into the chain-link fence in center field at U.S. Cellular Field on Aug. 6, his immediate playing time is undetermined in a relatively healthy White Sox outfield.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 5 Days

Eaton (oblique) went 2-for-5 with a double in his first rehab game Tuesday with Triple-A Charlotte.

Eaton is pushing to return by Tuesday, though manager Robin Ventura wouldn't commit to that date. "You want him to be back as soon as possible, but you also want him to be ready," Ventura said.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 8 Days

Eaton (oblique) will begin a rehab assignment Saturday with Triple-A Charlotte, the Chicago Sun-Times' Daryl Van Schouwen reports.

He has been out since Aug. 9 with the oblique injury, but is expected to rejoin the White Sox early next week, and should play everyday in center field.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 10 Days

Eaton (oblique) will head out on a rehab assignment to Triple-A Charlotte this weekend, and will likely return to the White Sox after Sunday, the Chicago Tribune's Colleen Kane reports.

WIth Avisail Garcia healthy, the White Sox will have four legitimate options for the outfield when Eaton returns, but he may be the best of the bunch, and should get plenty of at-bats upon his return. With a .304 batting average and 12 steals in 94 games this season, he can be of use in most formats if he was dropped due to his oblique injury. The White Sox have Monday off, so look for Eaton to return Tuesday against the Indians if everything goes according to plan.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 12 Days

Eaton (oblique) played catch and took light swings Monday, and said he's on track to come off the DL early next week, the Chicago Tribune's Colleen Kane reports.

Manager Robin Ventura said a couple rehab games will probably be needed before Eaton is activated, but he should be back in late-August. Eaton was in the midst of a pretty great season as an on-base/speed guy, hitting .304 with a .370 on-base percentage with 12 steals in 94 games.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 21 Days

Eaton (oblique) was placed on the 15-day disabled list Saturday, MLB.com's Scott Merkin reports.

Eaton left Friday's game with soreness in his rib cage and it appears the injury is bad enough to send him to the disabled list. He suffered a lower back injury earlier as well, so it's possible the combination of the injuries could have played a role in the designation, but the 25-year-old outfielder won't be eligible to suit up for the White Sox again until August 24.

Adam Eaton LF/CF CWS 22 Days

Eaton left Friday's game with soreness in his rib cage, Scott Merkin of MLB.com reports.

The injury removed Eaton from the game after his first at-bat Friday night. It's unclear if the ailment is directly related to the lower back issue that sidelined him Thursday, but Eaton is once again day-to-day.