Ehire Adrianza’s full name is Ehire Enrique Adrianza Palma. He is from Venezuela and is known to play professional baseball as a shortstop for the Washington Nationals baseball team of Major League Baseball.
Ehire was born on August 21, 1989, in the City of Guarenas in Venezuela. He played baseball as an amateur in Venezuela before he was signed by the San Francisco Giants baseball team. He made his professional debut in 2006 after he was assigned to play for the DSL Giants.
The following year, he played again for the DSL Giants and spent the 2008 season playing for the AZL Giants, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes and the Fresno Grizzlies. He spent 2009 with the Augusta Greenjackets and in 2010, he was part of the San Jose Giants where he helped them win the California League Championship.
Ehire made his MLB debut for the Giants on September 8, 2013, when they played a match against the Arizona Diamondbacks. Ehire was claimed off waivers by the Milwaukee Brewers in January 2017. That same year in February, the Minnesota Twins also claimed him off waivers.
The Atlanta Braves in January 2021, signed a minor league contract with him. The contract also had an invitation to attend Major League spring training. Ehire and the Washington Nationals agreed on a one-year contract in March 2022.
Ehire Adrianza Parents: Meet Ehire Sr. and Nitza
Ehire Adrianza was born to Ehire Sr. and Nitza. His parents currently live in Miami.