Found March 24, 2012 on NESN.com:
PLAYERS: Adam Eaton
One thing is perfectly clear: Adam Eaton was supposed to receive six checks worth more than $20,000 each. However, the checks ended up in the hands of the wrong Adam Eaton, according to the Arizona Republic. Diamondbacks minor league outfielder Adam Eaton reportedly received the checks in an envelope by someone from the Major League Baseball Players Association. However, having never played past the Double-A level, the 23-year-old was a bit thrown off, as he's not even part of the MLBPA. Well, as it turns out, the checks were supposed to be delivered to a different Adam Eaton; a 34-year-old...
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