The Colorado Rockies were relatively quiet during the offseason.
However, they did sign veteran Jurickson Profar to a one-year contract.
Since signing with the Rockies, Profar has performed quite well.
He currently owns an on-base streak of 30 games, and he extended that streak to 30 in Monday night’s win over the Miami Marlins at Coors Field.
Profar’s on-base streak is currently the longest active streak in all of baseball.
On Twitter, MLB Network made a post about Profar’s on-base streak, which shows just how much of an on-base machine Profar has been to start the season with his new team.
Jurickson Profar is an on-base machine! 🤖
The @Rockies outfielder extended his on-base streak to 30 in yesterday's win, the longest active streak in MLB. #Rockies pic.twitter.com/tOjwRSb2nH
— MLB Network (@MLBNetwork) May 23, 2023
The veteran utilityman is currently hitting for a .255 average with five home runs and 19 RBI.
He also has scored 20 runs, picked up 41 hits, and reached base at a .333 clip while slugging .416, and posting an OPS of .749.
Needless to say, Profar is off to a solid start with his new team.
The Rockies have not performed well, but the 30-year-old has been a bright spot for them so far this season.
Profar recently spent time with the San Diego Padres.
Last season, the veteran utilityman reached base at a .331 clip while hitting for a .243 average with 15 home runs, and 58 RBI.
He also had an OPS of .723 and an OPS+ of 109.
The Rockies signed Profar to a one-year, $7.75 million contract just before the start of the season, and he is already rewarding the team with his impressive on-base streak.
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