Jurickson Profar

Jurickson Profar #13

  • 2B
  • B/T: S/R
  • 6' 0"/200
  • Age: 22

Jurickson Profar MLB Career Stats

.231 7 28 2 .645

Jurickson Profar Bio

  • Full Name: Jurickson Barthelomeus Profar
  • Pronunciation: JER-ik-suhn PROH-fahr
  • Born: 2/20/1993 in Willemstad, Curacao
  • Debut: September 2, 2012
  • Relationship(s): brother of Juremi Profar
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MLB Career Stats 303 32 70 7 28 2 .231 .301 .645
  • Status: Disabled 60-Day


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September 9, 2015 at 1:59 AM ET

Profar will not join Rangers in September

The Rangers have given up on the idea of infielder Jurickson Profar joining them in September. Instead the Rangers pulled Profar off his medical rehabilitation assignment on Tuesday.

August 28, 2015 at 10:22 PM ET

Profar plays in first game since 2013

Infielder Jurickson Profar is back on the baseball field. Profar has been assigned to Class A Hickory on a rehab assignment and went 1-for-4 with a single in his first game, on Thursday night, the first time he has played in a game since Sept. 27, 2013.


Jurickson Profar Awards

Futures Game Selection

Year Team League
2011 Hickory SAL
2012 Frisco TEX

Baseball America Minor League All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Hickory SAL
2012 Frisco TEX

MiLB.com Organization All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Texas AL
2012 Texas AL

MiLB.com Class A Best Hitter of the Year

Year Team League
2011 Hickory SAL

Baseball America Low Class A All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Hickory SAL

Topps Double-A All-Star

Year Team League
2012 Frisco TEX

TEX Mid-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2012 Frisco TEX

TEX Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2012 Frisco TEX

SAL Most Valuable Player

Year Team League
2011 Hickory SAL

SAL Post-Season All-Star

Year Team League
2011 Hickory SAL

Jurickson Profar Latest Transactions

Team Date Transaction
September 5, 2015 Texas Rangers sent 2B Jurickson Profar on a rehab assignment to Frisco RoughRiders.
August 27, 2015 Texas Rangers sent 2B Jurickson Profar on a rehab assignment to Hickory Crawdads.
February 24, 2015 Texas Rangers placed 2B Jurickson Profar on the 60-day disabled list. Recovering from February 2015 right labrum surgery
November 3, 2014 Texas Rangers activated 2B Jurickson Profar from the 60-day disabled list.
April 12, 2014 Texas Rangers transferred 2B Jurickson Profar from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. Torn muscle in his right shoulder
March 30, 2014 Texas Rangers placed 2B Jurickson Profar on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to March 23, 2014. Torn muscle in his right shoulder
May 19, 2013 Texas Rangers recalled 2B Jurickson Profar from Round Rock Express.
March 29, 2013 Texas Rangers optioned Jurickson Profar to Round Rock Express.
September 1, 2012 Texas Rangers selected the contract of 2B Jurickson Profar from Frisco RoughRiders.
April 2, 2012 Jurickson Profar assigned to Frisco RoughRiders from Hickory Crawdads.
March 10, 2012 SS Jurickson Profar assigned to Texas Rangers.
April 23, 2011 Jurickson Profar roster status changed by Hickory Crawdads.
April 20, 2011 Hickory Crawdads placed SS Jurickson Profar on the 7-day disabled list.
April 5, 2011 SS Jurickson Profar assigned to Hickory Crawdads from Spokane Indians.
February 28, 2011 SS Jurickson Profar assigned to Texas Rangers.
June 15, 2010 Spokane Indians signed free agent Jurickson Profar.

Jurickson Barthelomeus Profar Bio Info

Jurickson Barthelomeus Profar…participated in the 2014 Rangers Winter Caravan… signed as a non-drafted free agent by Texas on July 2, 2009 by Chu Halabi/Jose Luis Felomina/Mike Daly…led Curaçao to the Little League World Series title in 2004 and back to the title game in 2005…rated as the 15th-best international free agent in 2009 by Baseball America…participated in the Rangers' instructional program after signing…also drew interest from clubs as a pitcher.


Was on the Texas disabled list the entire season with a torn teres major muscle in his right shoulder...issues with his shoulder began during a spring weightlifting session, then he suffered the original torn muscle during a spring training game on 3/21 vs. MIL in Surprise...after resting the injury for several weeks, he began to bat in extended spring training games in Arizona, but reinjured the shoulder in late May and was shut down for another extended period...a late-season plan to play in the Arizona Fall League was scrapped when issues with the muscle continued, leading to September visits with sports medicine specialists Dr. James Andrews and Dr. Neal ElAttrache...his last regular season game was with Texas on 9/27/13 vs. LAA.


Started last season in Round Rock, but was recalled from Triple-A on May 19 when Ian Kinsler went on the disabled list…subbed as the club's regular second baseman for a month while Ian Kinsler was on the disabled list before finishing the season in a utility role…had starts at second base, shortstop, third base, left field and as designated hitter… batted .234 (67-286) in his rookie campaign with a .308 on-base pct. and .336 slugging mark…ranked among A.L. rookie leaders in walks (5th, 26) and on-base pct. (8th, .308)…was 3rd on club with 6 sac bunts…started in 6 different spots in the batting order (1-2-6-7-8-9) … 2-for-6 in steal attempts…after the season, hit .284 (25-88) with one HR and 5 RBI in 25 games with Licey in Dominican Winter League, drawing 24 walks against 10 strikeouts.

2012 Spent the bulk of the season with Frisco (AA), but was called up to Texas for the season's final month...saw limited playing time with Texas in September, but made enough of an impression to land on the club's postseason roster and appear in the A.L. Wild Card Game...was named the top hitting prospect in all of baseball by Baseball America in the publication's mid-season prospect rankings...batted .158 (6-38) with one double, one home run, 4 RBI, and 8 runs scored in 15 games with Licey in the Dominican Winter League before his season was cut short by right forearm soreness. TEXAS: Had contract purchased from Double-A Frisco on August 31 and joined the club the following day in Cleveland... batted .176 (3-17) with 2 runs, a home run, 2 doubles, and 2 RBI in 9 games...each of his 3 career hits in the regular season have gone for extra bases...had 4 total starts, 2 each at second and shortstop...had no errors in 11 total chances...struck out in only pinch appearance...debuted on Sept. 2 at Cleveland with start at second base, a late addition to the lineup after Ian Kinsler was scratched with lower back stiffness...went 2-for-4 with a HR and double in his ML debut that day (see below)...struck out as pinch-hitter on Sept. 7 at TB, but in 2nd career start (3rd game) on Sept. 8 at TB, went 1-for-4 with a tie-breaking RBI double in the 10th inning of Rangers' 4-2 victory...according to baseball-reference.com, he was the only teenager since at least 1918 to have multiple games with both an extra-base hit and RBI in his first 3 career contests...was 3-for-9 in his first 3 games/2 starts, but went 0-for-8 in final 6 contests/2 starts. DANDY DEBUT: Homered in his first career plate appearance (4th pitch) against Indians starter Zach McAllister on Sept. 2 at CLE...was just the 3rd teenager to hit a HR in his first career major league (since 1876) at-bat, the 2nd-youngest to do it, and youngest in the A.L...was first Rangers player to homer in his first career AB, 3rd in Washington/Texas franchise history: last Brant Alyea for Washington vs. California on 9/12/65 at D.C. Stadium (later RFK)...with a double in his next at-bat became first teenager with 2 extra-base hits in his first ML game since White Sox' Johnny Callison on 9/9/58 vs. BOS at old Comiskey Park...was the youngest player to hit a home run and a double in a game since fellow Curaçao native and former Ranger Andruw Jones (19.126) on Aug. 27, 1996 for Braves at Pittsburgh's Three Rivers Stadium...Profar was the first teenage switch-hitter to homer in the majors since the Cardinals' Dick Schofield on Aug. 26, 1953 at New York-NL (18.231)...the previous teenage switch-hitter to homer in the A.L.: Mickey Mantle on Sept. 19, 1951 vs. CWS (19.334). CAN'T FIGHT THE YOUTH: Was the first player born in 1993 ever to appear in the majors (19 years, 195 days old) and the youngest position player in club history...only younger players in Rangers history were both pitchers: David Clyde (18.066) and Wilson Alvarez (19.122)...was first teenager to appear for Rangers since Ivan Rodriguez, who was 19.309 for the 1991 season finale. POSTSEASON: Named to Rangers' roster for the 2012 American League Wild Card Game, he hit a pinch single to left field to load the bases with 2 outs in the 9th inning on the first pitch he saw in his postseason career...he became just the 6th teenager with a postseason hit, the first since Andruw Jones for Atlanta in 1996...also became the 8th-youngest player ever to appear in the postseason, youngest since Jones in '96. FRISCO: Batted .281 (135-480) with 26 doubles, 7 triples, 14 HR, 62 RBI, 76 runs, and 16 stolen bases in 126 games with the RoughRiders...selected to Baseball America's Minor League All-Star Team for the 2nd straight year, joining Lyle Overbay (1B, 2001-02), Delmon Young (OF, 2004-05), Howie Kendrick (2B, 2005-06), Jay Bruce (OF, 2006-07), Jason Heyward (OF, 2008- 09), and Mike Trout (OF, 2010-11) as the only other position players to be selected in back-to-back years at the same position since 2000...named the Texas League's best defensive shortstop in the same publication's annual tools survey...named to the Texas League Postseason All-Star Team...was the youngest player in the Texas League by nearly 7 months and the youngest Double-A player overall...ranked among the Texas League leaders in triples (T4th, 7), total bases (6th, 217), walks (T7th, 66), hits (T7th, 135), runs (8th, 76), SLG (10th, .452), doubles (T11th, 26), and RBI (12th, 62)...his 47 extra-base hits led all Double-A middle infielders...appeared defensively in 95 games as short, 25 games at second, and once at third...opened the season 2-for-26 (.077) with a home run and RBI before batting .328 (20-61) with 5 doubles, 3 triples, 2 HR, and 9 RBI over the final 10 games of April...hit safely in 29 straight April 19-May 19 at .328 (40-122)...selected as the Texas League Topps Player of the Month in May, leading the league in runs (21), extra-base hits (14) and doubles (9) and tying for the lead in total bases (59)... reached base in all 28 games he played during the month... compiled a 50-game on-base streak April 7-June 2, the longest of any minor leaguer in 2012...was the starting shortstop for the South Division in the Texas League All-Star Game, going 0-for- 2...tallied a career-high 5 hits on Aug. 22 at San Antonio...did not start any of his final 3 games with the RoughRiders, going 1-for-2 with 2 walks as a pinch-hitter and defensive replacement. FUTURES GAME: Has appeared in each of the last 2 Futures Games for the World Team...on July 8, 2012 at Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium, started at short and homered in first at-bat off Royals prospect Jake Odorizzi...had a single in his next atbat against Seattle prospect Danny Hultzen in U.S. team's 17-5 victory...on July 10, 2011 at Arizona's Chase Field, became 6th-youngest position player ever selected to the game (18)... had a RBI triple in first AB off Minnesota prospect Kyle Gibson. 2011 Spent the entire campaign with Low-A Hickory as one of the youngest players in the South Atlantic League throughout the season...honored as the organization's Tom Grieve Minor League Player of the Year...tabbed the South Atlantic League's Most Valuable Player and Baseball America's Low Class A Player of the Year...named by the same publication as the shortstop on its First Team Minor League All-Star team...was voted as the best defensive shortstop and best infield arm by Baseball America, while also tabbed as the 3rd-best prospect in the SAL...ranked among the league leaders in doubles (T2nd, 37), triples (T3rd, 8), OBP (6th, .390), OPS (7th, .883), and walks (T7th, 65)...compiled an .883 OPS, 2nd-highest by any middle infielder in Class A and 25th overall...hit .294 (86-293) with 37 extra-base hits (24 2B, 6 3B, 7 HR) against right-handed pitching and .270 (37-137) with 20 extra-base hits (13 2B, 2 3B, 5 HR) versus southpaws...spent majority of campaign as Crawdads leadoff batter, hitting .291 (104-357) over 94 games in that role...selected to the World Team roster for the Futures Game at Chase Field on July 10 as the 6th youngest position player ever selected to the game...had a RBI triple in first at-bat off Minnesota prospect Kyle Gibson...earned Rangers Minor League Player of the Month honors for May, batting .289 (26-90), posting a .920 OPS, and reaching base safely in 21 of 25 games during the month...hit .302 (67-222) with 6 home runs and 39 RBI following the All-Star break, including .330 (31-94) with 10 doubles, 2 home runs, and 17 RBI in July. 2010 Spent first professional season with Spokane...tied for the 2nd-most doubles in the Northwest League...batted .258 (51-198) against right-handers and .222 (12-54) vs. lefties...hit .330 (36-109) in the sixth inning and later and .188 (27-143) in the first 5 innings...was 8-for-11 in stolen base attempts...hit safely in 9 of first 10 games with the Indians, batting .302 (13-43)...hit .229 (25-109) over next 26 games to lower season average from .302 to .250...collected season-high 4 hits on July 24 vs. Tri-City...hit safely in a season-high 8 games from August 18-27, batting .433 (13-30) with one home run and 5 RBI, raising season average from .231 to .258...batted .284 (25-88) with 3 home runs and 12 RBI over 23 games in August...batted .143 (2-14) with a team-high 4 RBI over 5 games in the Northwest League playoffs. 2009 Did not see official action after signing first professional contract.