Ehire Adrianza

Ehire Adrianza

33-Year-Old OutfielderOF
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2023 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Ehire Adrianza in 2023. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
$Signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Nationals in March of 2022. Traded to the Braves in August of 2022.
Activated by Atlanta
OFAtlanta Braves  
September 24, 2022
Adrianza (quadriceps) was reinstated from the 10-day injured list Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Adrianza missed the last week and a half due to a left quadriceps strain but will rejoin Atlanta after a minimal stay on the injured list. He's unlikely to see significant playing time as a utility man now that he's healthy.
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Batting Order Slot Breakdown
vs Right-Handed Pitchers
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Left/Right Batting Splits
Since 2020
 
 
+8%
OPS vs RHP
2022
 
 
+17%
OPS vs LHP
2021
 
 
+9%
OPS vs RHP
2020
 
 
+7%
OPS vs RHP
OPS PA R HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG
Since 2020vs Left .579 140 17 1 11 1 .197 .300 .279
Since 2020vs Right .626 268 32 4 26 1 .220 .296 .331
2022vs Left .516 43 2 0 2 1 .184 .279 .237
2022vs Right .440 67 6 0 5 0 .169 .254 .186
2021vs Left .685 58 11 1 7 0 .240 .345 .340
2021vs Right .744 151 21 4 21 0 .250 .320 .424
2020vs Left .492 39 4 0 2 0 .147 .256 .235
2020vs Right .524 50 5 0 0 1 .200 .280 .244
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Home/Away Batting Splits
Since 2020
 
 
+16%
OPS at Home
2022
 
 
+26%
OPS on Road
2021
 
 
+40%
OPS at Home
2020
 
 
+1%
OPS on Road
OPS PA R HR RBI SB AVG OBP SLG
Since 2020Home .667 200 27 4 21 2 .220 .305 .362
Since 2020Away .574 220 23 1 17 0 .209 .297 .277
2022Home .413 51 4 0 5 1 .156 .235 .178
2022Away .519 59 4 0 2 0 .192 .288 .231
2021Home .856 97 17 4 14 0 .276 .351 .506
2021Away .612 112 15 1 14 0 .221 .306 .305
2020Home .555 52 6 0 2 1 .178 .288 .267
2020Away .558 49 4 0 1 0 .205 .286 .273
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Stat Review
How does Ehire Adrianza compare to other hitters?
This section compares his stats with all batting seasons from the previous three seasons (minimum 400 plate appearances)*. The bar represents the player's percentile rank. For example, if the bar is halfway across, then the player falls into the 50th percentile for that stat and it would be considered average.

* Exit Velocity and Barrels/PA % are benchmarked against 2019 data (min 400 PA) and Hard Hit Rate is benchmarked against last season's data (min 400 PA). See here for more exit velocity/barrels stats plus an explanation of current limitations with that data set.
  • BB/K
    Walk to strikeout ratio
  • BB Rate
    The percentage of plate appearances resulting in a walk.
  • K Rate
    The percentage of plate appearances resulting in a strikeout.
  • BABIP
    Batting average on balls in play. Measures how many of a batter’s balls in play go for hits.
  • ISO
    Isolated Power. Slugging percentage minus batting average. A computation used to measure a batter's raw power.
  • AVG
    Batting average. Hits divided by at bats.
  • OBP
    On Base Percentage. A measure of how often a batters reaches base. Roughly equal to number of times on base divided by plate appearances.
  • SLG
    Slugging Percentage. A measure of the batting productivity of a hitter. It is calculated as total bases divided by at bats.
  • OPS
    On base plus slugging. THe sum of a batter's on-base percentage and slugging percentage.
  • wOBA
    Weighted on-base average. Measures a player's overall offensive contributions per plate appearance. wOBA combines all the different aspects of hitting into one metric, weighting each of them in proportion to their actual run value.
  • Exit Velocity
    The speed of the baseball as it comes off the bat, immediately after a batter makes contact.
  • Hard Hit Rate
    A measure of contact quality from Sports Info Solutions. This stat explains what percentage of batted balls were hit hard vs. medium or soft.
  • Barrels/PA
    The percentage of plate appearances where a batter had a batted ball classified as a Barrel. A Barrel is a batted ball with similar exit velocity and launch angle to past ones that led to a minimum .500 batting average and 1.500 slugging percentage.
  • Expected BA
    Expected Batting Average.
  • Expected SLG
    Expected Slugging Percentage.
  • Sprint Speed
    The speed of a runner from home to first, in feet per second.
  • Ground Ball %
    The percentage of balls put in play that are on the ground.
  • Line Drive %
    The percentage of balls put in play that are line drives.
  • Fly Ball %
    The percentage of balls put in play that are fly balls.
BB/K
0.44
 
BB Rate
10.0%
 
K Rate
22.7%
 
BABIP
.233
 
ISO
.031
 
AVG
.175
 
OBP
.264
 
SLG
.206
 
OPS
.470
 
wOBA
.223
 
Exit Velocity
84.6 mph
 
Hard Hit Rate
21.9%
 
Barrels/PA
0.9%
 
Expected BA
.222
 
Expected SLG
.288
 
Sprint Speed
24.3 ft/sec
 
Ground Ball %
50.7%
 
Line Drive %
19.7%
 
Fly Ball %
29.6%
 
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Adrianza joined Atlanta for the 2021 campaign and delivered a strong season as a utility player, as he hit a solid. 247/.327/.401 with five home runs and 28 RBI in 209 plate appearances while appearing at six different defensive positions. The 30-year-old has linked up with the Nationals for the upcoming campaign and figures to fill a similar role. Adrianza's upside for fantasy remains limited due to his limitations, but his versatility and switch hitting should make him a valuable bench piece for Washington.
Adrianza was coming off his best season at the plate in 2019 as Minnesota's utility infielder, but took a step back last year. He hit just .191 with a .557 OPS. Despite drawing more walks (10.9%), he struck out more frequently (22.8%). His power took a hit, as he failed to hit a home run and had a .270 SLG. He did bounce back after an off year with the glove, posting positive metrics at shortstop (1 SRS), second base (1 DRS) and decent marks at third base (-1 DRS). Adrianza doesn't do much for fantasy purposes with few home runs and stolen bases. However, his versatility (he played the outfield and first base in 2019), above-average glove and switch hitting will likely find him in a utility role again.
Adrianza had the best season of his career at the plate as he showed increasing power and made better contact. Still, it was just his first season with an above-average bat (102 wRC+). Adrianza was Minnesota's primary utility infielder who could also be used in the outfield in a pinch. He somehow ended up starting 20 games at first base even though better hitting options were usually on the bench and he struggled with the glove. Despite a reputation for a being a strong defender, he was below average in most defensive metrics at second base and shortstop (both -2 DRS). He did miss a month with an abdominal issue. He'll need to bounce back with his glove because his bat isn't strong enough to keep a big-league job with just average fielding skills. He doesn't do much for fantasy purposes with few home runs and stolen bases. However, he should begin the season as Minnesota's utility infielder.
Adrianza entered last season as Minnesota's utility infielder but was pressed into more regular duty with Jorge Polanco's 80-game suspension and Miguel Sano's demotion to the minors. Adrianza showed a little more pop in his bat with six home runs, but most of his metrics dipped. After showing an improved eye in 2017 with an 89.8% contact rate, Adrianza struck out 22.4% of the time last season, which is too much for a player of his ilk. Seen as a versatile utility man with an above-average glove at shortstop, Adrianza actually graded poorly at shortstop in advanced metrics (26th at SS in DRS among qualifiers) and was below average at second base and third base. He'll need to bounce back with the glove to keep a spot on the roster as a utility player. He doesn't add much for fantasy purposes with minimal power and speed. His health could also be an issue this spring after surgery to repair the labrum in his left shoulder in September.
Minnesota grabbed Adrianza off waivers before last season as a versatile utility man with an above-average glove at shortstop who had shown little at the plate in the majors. After missing most of the first half of the season with an oblique issue, Adriana showed promise at the plate by hitting .262 with a .735 OPS after the All-Star break. He significantly improved his contact (career-high 83 percent contact rate) and drew more walks. He offers some speed and improving power, but may not see many at-bats in a utility role.
Primarily known for his defensive prowess, Adrianza took a step forward with his bat in 2016. He saw upticks in batting average (.254), slugging percentage (.381) and isolated power (.127) over his 2015 totals while serving as a utility infielder for the Giants. San Francisco's infield will be just as crowded in 2017 as it was last season, so the switch-hitting middle infielder will begin the year as a bench bat, leaving him off the standard fantasy radar. Deep leaguers will want to familiarize themselves with Adrianza in the event that he continues to improve offensively, because he could have some value if he falls into regular playing time at any point next season. However, it'll be tough for him to get many opportunities after being claimed by the Twins, a team that also has a good amount of infield depth at the major league level.
The Giants starting middle infielders suffered significant injuries in 2015, opening up playing time for the 26-year-old Adrianza. He didn't take advantage of the career-high 135 plate appearances, slashing just .186/.303/.265 with three stolen bases. The switch-hitting shortstop isn't known for his hitting prowess, so his lack of fantasy production came as no surprise. Despite his struggles, the Giants will likely give him another chance to compete for a spot on the 25-man roster out of spring training due to his plus defense. From a fantasy perspective, he should be ignored in all but the deepest formats.
The switching-hitting Adrianza was limited to just 59 games between Triple-A Fresno and San Francisco in 2014, losing the second half of his season to a severe hamstring strain. Over the course of his minor-league development, Adrianza has flashed more offensive ability than Joaquin Arias, but as long as Arias is in the mix, Adrianza seems destined to be on the outside looking in as the team's utility infielder. It's expected that he'll begin his 2015 campaign with the Giants' new Triple-A affiliate in Sacramento (if he clears waivers), where he will await an injury at the big-league level to clear his path back to the 25-man roster. As long as Brandon Crawford and Joe Panik are healthy, the Giants figure to have very few at-bats up for grabs in the middle infield over the next couple of seasons.
The 24-year-old rookie got his first taste of the majors last September after spending seven years in the Giants' minor league system. True to his "all glove, no bat" scouting profile, Adrianza dazzled with his defense, but left a lot to be desired with his bat (.222/.263/.444). He will likely spend the majority of 2014 at Triple-A Fresno, barring any sort of serious injury to the Giants' starting infielders.
Adrianza was one of the biggest disappointments in the Giants' system in 2012, putting together his worst professional season to date. While he is still considered a top defender at the position, his .220/.289/.310 slash line and .276 wOBA in Double-A were dismaying and reinforce some of the criticisms that he does not have enough of a bat to make an impact in the majors. Adrianza's 17.6 percent strikeout rate did not increase, and much of his drop in batting average is due to his .266 BABIP. Expect him to stay in Double-A for most of 2013.
Adrianza struggled out of the gate last year following thumb surgery, but he picked it up as the season progressed. He finished with a .300/.375/.470 line over 230 at-bats after moving up to High-A, which wasn’t bad for a 21-year-old with a plus glove at shortstop. After stealing 33 bases the year before, that number fell to just eight last season, so he’s likely to be more helpful to the Giants than a fantasy team, though there’s plenty of time for things to change. Adrianza won’t be a big-league option for at least a couple years.
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Placed on injured list
OFAtlanta Braves  
Quadriceps
September 16, 2022
Adrianza was placed on the 10-day injured list with a left quadriceps strain Friday.
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Comes off IL
OFAtlanta Braves  
August 22, 2022
Atlanta reinstated Adrianza (illness) from the 10-day injured list Monday.
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Ready for rehab assignment
OFAtlanta Braves  
Illness
August 18, 2022
Adrianza (illness) is scheduled to begin a rehab assignment Thursday with Triple-A Gwinnett.
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Transferred to 10-day IL
OFAtlanta Braves  
Illness
August 15, 2022
Adrianza was transferred from the COVID-19 injured list to the 10-day injured list due to a viral infection Monday, retroactive to Aug. 12.
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Lands on injured list
OFAtlanta Braves  
Undisclosed
August 12, 2022
Adrianza was placed on the injured list for an undisclosed reason Friday.
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