The great thing about spring training is accessibility. Fans line up to wait for their favorite players and for the most part, the players are willing to take a few minutes out of their day to take pictures and sign autographs, especially when children are involved.
Chicago White Sox outfielder Adam Eaton is known to be one of the good guys in baseball and certainly lived up to that title this week as he took some extra time to make the day of a six-year-old blind fan and his family. Not only did Eaton sign an autograph, but he gave the young man a bat right out of his bag and also lifted the youngster over the fence for a few pictures. Great stuff. Check out the footage from Yahoo! Sports.