Profar is now the top prospect in baseball, according to one outlet. (US Presswire)

The top prospect in baseball is Rangers shortstop Jurickson Profar, according to MLB Network. The all-baseball channel aired its top 50 prospects for the 2013 season Tuesday night, revealing the players one-by-one, and Profar topped Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy for the No. 1 slot.

The rest of the top 10: Bundy, Oscar Taveras (OF, Cardinals), Wil Myers (OF, Rays), Taijuan Walker (SP, Mariners), Travis d'Arnaud (C, Mets), Jose Fernandez (SP, Marlins), Zack Wheeler (SP, Mets), Gerrit Cole (SP, Pirates) and Tyler Skaggs (SP, Diamondbacks). The full top 100 prospects list can be viewed on

Profar doesn't even turn 20 until September, but he made his major-league debut last Sept. 2, clubbing a home run in his first plate appearance. He ended up only hitting .176/.176/.471, but that's in just 17 plate appearances and the kid was only 19 years old. In Double-A, Profar hit .281/.368/.452 with 26 doubles, seven triples, 14 homers, 62 RBI, 76 runs and 16 stolen bases in 126 games.

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