Washington Nationals outfielder Adam Eaton is one of the most vocal supporter of the Caps amongst local DC athletes. Eaton has attended a few games, brought his son Brayden to Kettler, and deemed his Caps hat his official rehab hat as he recovered from a torn ACL.
Eaton, who spends his offseasons in Michigan, visited Capitals practice in Detroit.
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On Friday, Eaton posted a photo of his son, Brayden, being held adorably by Philipp Grubauer. Brayden was sitting comfortably on Grubauer’s goalie pads.
“Yeah.. we don’t have these type of pillows in dad’s game,” Eaton wrote.
Even though Eaton has only spent a year with the Nationals, his support of the DC sports teams is his most redeeming quality… besides being really, really good at baseball.
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