Adrián Zabala Rodríguez (August 26, 1916 – January 4, 2002) was a Cuban-born professional baseballpitcher. He played parts of two seasons in Major League Baseball for the New York Giants in 1945 and 1949. The 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m), 165 lb (75 kg) left-hander was a native of San Antonio de los Baños, Cuba.
Zabala played amateur baseball in Cuba in the mid-1930s, signing with the minor leaguePanama City Pelicans in 1937. He continued to play professionally in Cuba in the winter while pitching minor league ball independently, then with Jersey City, a Giants farm club. After serving with the Cuban Army in 1943–44, he returned to Jersey City in 1945, and was promoted to the majors in mid-season.
Zabala made his major league debut on August 11, 1945, starting and winning 10–1 against the St. Louis Cardinals at the Polo Grounds. In 1946, Zabala jumped to the Mexican League and was suspended for five years. He pitched two seasons for the Pericos de Puebla, then joined the Sherbrooke Athletics of the Provincial League in 1948 while he awaited reinstatement. His suspension was lifted on June 5, 1949, allowing him to return to the Giants.
Perhaps his finest major league effort came on July 31, 1949, his first game back in New York since 1945. Zabala started the second game of a doubleheader against the Cincinnati Reds at Crosley Field and pitched a complete gameshutout, winning 9–0. Zabala spent the rest of the season with the Giants, posting a 2–3 record with a 5.27 ERA in 15 games.