SEATTLE -- Double-A Frisco infielder Jurickson Profar, the Rangers' top prospect, had a 29-game hitting streak stopped on Sunday but bounced back with a three-hit game on Monday.
The RoughRiders were off on Tuesday and Profar went into Wednesday's game at Tulsa having reached base in 40 straight games.
That's the longest such streak in either the Majors or the Minor Leagues this season. The three-hit game raised his batting average to .300 for the first time this season and his .518 slugging percentage is the best on the team.
Profar started the season in Double-A with just two hits in 26 at-bats. Since then he is hitting .340.