16 Facts About Ehire Adrianza


Ehire Enrique Adrianza Palma is a Venezuelan-American professional baseball shortstop for the Atlanta Braves of Major League Baseball.

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Ehire Adrianza has previously played in MLB for the San Francisco Giants, Minnesota Twins and Washington Nationals.

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Ehire Adrianza played in the United States for the first time in 2008, splitting the season between three teams – the AZL Giants, Salem-Keizer Volcanoes and the Fresno Grizzlies.

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Ehire Adrianza would remain in San Jose during the bulk of the 2011 season.

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Ehire Adrianza made his MLB debut on September 8,2013, against the Arizona Diamondbacks, and in doing so became the 300th Venezuelan to play in Major League Baseball.

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Ehire Adrianza hit his first career home run on September 22,2013 against the New York Yankees.

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Ehire Adrianza broke up a no-hit bid by Andy Pettitte in his final start at Yankee Stadium.

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Ehire Adrianza established himself as a regular in the Twins' infield over the course of the season.

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Ehire Adrianza set career bests by hitting 23 doubles and playing in 114 games.

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Ehire Adrianza returned to the Twins for the 2019 season, signing a contract worth $1.

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On September 29,2019, Ehire Adrianza managed the Twins in place of Rocco Baldelli during a late-season contest after the Twins had won the American League Central division.

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In December 2019, Ehire Adrianza agreed to a third consecutive one-year contract, which paid him $1.

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On January 26,2021, Ehire Adrianza signed a minor league contract with the Atlanta Braves organization.

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Ehire Adrianza received an invitation to attend Major League spring training.

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On March 14,2022, Ehire Adrianza signed a one-year contract with the Washington Nationals.

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On November 2,2021, Ehire Adrianza was removed from the Braves' World Series roster ahead of Game 6 when his wife went into labor.

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