White and his wife, Molly, were married on Jan. 12, 2018.
28-year-old Eli White appeared in 47 games for the Texas Rangers in 2022, slashing .200/.274/.305 (21-for-105) with three home runs, 10 RBI and 16 runs scored...Stole 12 bases and was only caught once...Also drew 11 walks...Limited to only 50 games across all levels due to injury...Was placed on the 10-day Injured List on June 13 with a right wrist fracture...Subsequently transferred to the 60-day Injured List on June 21...His last professional game took place on June 12...Was DFA'd by Texas on Dec. 23...Acquired by Atlanta on Dec. 28, 2022.
Opened season in Major League camp for a second-straight spring, vying for the Opening Day center field job… made his 1st career O.D. roster and went on to see action in 64 G spanning 3 stints with the Rangers (Opening Day-5/7, 5/9-13, 6/8-8/4)…set single-season career highs in most categories in his 2nd consecutive year of extended action at the MLB level, batting .177 with 6 HR and 15 RBI…produced the T3rd-fastest average sprint speed (30.5 ft./sec.) and 10th-most ‘Bolts’ (37) in the Major Leagues according to Statcast…on 6/16 at HOU, hit his 1st 2 career HR…according to the Elias Sports Bureau, White became just the 2nd player in franchise history with a two-homer game for his first two MLB home runs (also Carlos Peña, 9/19/01 vs. OAK)…campaign was cut short by stint on Injured List from 8/4-end of season…underwent right elbow surgery to repair UCL on 9/8 performed by Dr. Keith Meister…had an internal brace procedure performed.
Had 19 games/15 starts in left field (11 GS), right field (3 GS), and center field (1 GS) with Texas in his ML debut... made ML debut with start in LF on 9/1 at HOU, his 1st pro action in LF (Majors or Minors)…recorded 1st career hit (RBI double) on 9/9 vs. LAA, snapping a career-opening 0-for-17 span that was T2nd-longest in TEX history to begin a career…batted .111 (4-36) in 1st 15 G/12 GS prior to a 5-for-12 finish over his final 4 G/3 GS…recorded 1st career RBI on sacrifice fly 9/8 vs. LAA.
Spent the entire season with Nashville, hitting a career-high 14 home runs after entering 2019 with 15 home runs over his 1st 3 pro seasons…batted .265 (61-230) thru 1st 61 G, then hit .196 (29-148) over next 38 G to drop season BA to .237…slashed .356/.449/.525/.975 (21-59) over final 17 G rise from .237 to .253…made 112 starts at SS (89), CF (22), and 2B (1)…was on the injured list from 8/23-end of season with a shoulder injury (retroactive to 8/20)…hit .281 (32-114) vs. LHP and .245 (79-323) vs. RHP…went 32-for-94 (.340) when leading off an inning.
Earned both midseason and postseason All-Star honors in the Texas League…tabbed the 20th-best prospect in the TL by Baseball America…voted Best Defensive Second Baseman in the same publication…selected as an Oakland organizational All-Star by MILB.com…ranked among the TL leaders in hits (1st, 154), triples (T1st, 8), OBP (2nd, .388), batting (2nd, .306), walks (T3rd, 62), OPS (4th, .838), total bases (4th, 227), and doubles (5th, 30)…saw action at second, third, shortstop, and center field…was 21-for-61 (.344) with 2 doubles, a triple, home run, and 10 RBI over 15 games with Mesa in the Arizona Fall League…spent the majority of his time with the Solar Sox at shortstop...2017: Led all Oakland farmhands with 32 doubles…ranked 5th in the California League in doubles…was among the Stockton team leaders in doubles (1st), stolen bases (1st, 12), hits (3rd, 121), triples (3rd, 6), runs (4th, 71), and walks (4th, 41)…batted .308/.355/.484/.839 over final 38 games beginning 7/5…2016: Named a New York-Penn League All-Star midseason All-Star in his 1st pro season...played in one game with the AZL Athletics before promotion to Vermont on 6/21.