You might be thinking to yourself that the name "Jurickson Profar" rings a bell.
Last month, during the lead up to the MLB trade deadline, the Texas Rangers were looking at a number of candidates to strengthen their team for another World Series push. But Texas held up from making any blockbuster deals because the player ever team wanted in return from the Rangers was their "can't miss" infield prospect.
Now, it looks like Texas is ready to introduce Profar to the world.
The Rangers are looking at bringing up Profar from Double-A Frisco next week, reports T.R. Sullivan of MLB.com.
"It's a consideration," GM Jon Daniels told The Dallas Morning News on Monday. "He's one of the candidates we'll discuss."
Profar is having a solid year in Frisco, batting .283 with 13 home runs and 15 stolen bases.
If Profar does get called up, the 19-year-old will move ahead of Bryce Harper as the youngest player in the Majors.
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