American catcher Riley Keaton Adams is now a member of Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals. Adams was born in the US on June 26, 1996. (MLB).
He participated in the University of San Diego’s baseball club, the San Diego Toreros, throughout his collegiate years. He was subsequently transferred to the Washington Nationals after making his MLB debut with the Toronto Blue Jays the following season (2021).
When Adams was just three years old, he began training in karate. His baseball career took precedence over his black belt in the second degree in karate when he was just 13 years old.
The oldest of the two brothers attended Washington University in St. Louis and played college baseball. At the California State Science Fair, Adams competed with skill and was well-known for his work on the pampas grass he used in his research project.
In high school, Adams was a star basketball player, garnering All-League honours as a sophomore, junior, and senior in his division. He went on to play in the NBA for a number of years.
Riley Adams Contract and Salary
Riley Adams secured for himself a one-year deal with the Washington Nationals worth a total of $706700. This deal ensures that he will earn an annual salary of $706700 on average.
There is currently no information available on his net worth.