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Ehire Adrianza went 3-for-3 with three singles including a walk-off single in Saturday's game against the Phillies.
Adrianza is doing everything possible to crack the starting lineup. It's purely speculation, but he can play right field if they decide to send Cristian Pache to the minors and move Ronald Acuna Jr. to center. But that something that they would rather avoid but they do need a serviceable bat playing center.
Ehire Adrianza went 1-for-3 with a single and two RBI in Friday's game against the Nationals.
Adrianza got the start today at third base, as Austin Riley shirted to first base so that Freddie Freeman could take the day off. Adrianza didn't disappoint at the plate either. He's proven to be a reliable utility player.
Ehire Adrianza went 1-for-4 with an RBI double in Tuesday's game against the Yankees.
Adrianza was batting first since Ronald Acuna Jr. (abdominal muscle) sat out and accounted for the team's only run. He will likely see additional playing time due to the injuries of Cristian Pache and Ender Inciarte.
Ehire Adrianza went 2-for-4 with a single, solo homer, two RBI, and one run scored in Sunday's game against the Cubs.
Adrianza was again filling in for Ozzie Albies and took full advantage of the opportunity. He hit well this spring, earned a roster spot, and has hit well thus far in the regular season.
Ehire Adrianza started the game at second base, batting sixth, and went 2-for-4 with a single and a triple with a run scored against the Cubs Saturday.
Adrianza might see some additional playing time with the spate of injuries the Braves have experienced. He hit the ball well all spring and we could see some production from him in the near future.