Height: 6' 1" Weight: 228 lbs
College Experience: Lamar
Resides: Bronx, NY
Named the All-Southland Conference Second Team designated hitter
Named to the All-Southland Conference Preseason Second Team
Led Lamar University in hits (78) and RBI (58), ranking sixth and fourth in the Southland, respectively
Second on the team in batting average (.344), which was 10th-best in the conference
Registered 227 at-bats, the most by any Cardinal and the 12th-most in the league
Held hitless in just 13 games
Smacked a season-best four hits twice, against Fairfield on Feb. 25 and at Abilene Christian on Apr. 21. He scored four runs and drove in two RBI in both of those games
Totaled 23 multi-hit games and 17 multi-RBI games, both of which led Big Red
Had six RBI in LUs 14-8 win over Stephen F. Austin on May 13
Had four RBI in LUs 13-5 win at Southeastern Louisiana on Mar. 19
Third on the team in doubles (13) and home runs (seven)
Reached base 19 times in a row from Opening Day against Milwaukee on Feb. 18 through Mar. 17 at Southeastern Louisiana. He streak ended in an 0-for-4 performance at Southeastern on Mar. 18
Collected at least one hit in every game from Mar. 26 through Apr. 11
2016 Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American
2016 Southland Conference Hitter of the Week (5.22)
First Cardinal to be named Louisivlle Slugger Freshman All-American since 2009 when Eric Harrington was on the list, first position player since third fellow third baseman Wes Koch was chosen in 1998.
Blasted six homers, most of any freshman in the Southland Conference.
Topped the Cardinals with 16 doubles.
Served time as a third baseman, first baseman and designated hitter.
Put together a 20-game reached base streak, which was second behind Stijn van der Meers 32-game streak, ended the campaign on an eight-game hit streak.
Crushed two homers in a game against Stephen F. Austin, was 4-of-4 with four RBI tied for season high and two runs.
Had a four-RBI contest in a 2-of-5 day with two runs scored in a 20-run outburst against Central Arkansas.
Also had another four-RBI day at Incarnate Word, was 4-for-6 with two runs scored.
Had a three-RBI game against No. 5 LSU, as a pinch hitter and defensive replacement.
Two three-hit games, against Abilene Christian and Nicholls.
Finished with nine multi-hit games, fourth on the team, and added 18 multiple-hit contests.
Two-time all-city vote getter and won James Monroes Student-Athlete of the Year award after his sophomore season.
Helped his team to a combined 135-16 over his four years, including a 15th national ranking his sophomore year (42-2).
Hit for a .382 average his freshman year, which was the lowest of his career.
Had 213 career RBI and 18 home runs.
Career best 70 his senior year, 63 his junior year.
Hit .425 his sophomore season, .438 his junior year and .410 in his final campaign.
Coached by Mike Turo.
Graduated with a 3.2 grade point average.
Son of Robin Adames and Miriam Estrella.
One brother, Mathew.
Born Robin Abraham Adames, Jr. on July 8, 1997.
General studies major.
Cousin was signed by the Cleveland Indians from the Dominican Republic.