The Texas Rangers made the decision to call up top prospect Jurickson Profar for the final month of the season and give him a sample of what to expect.
In return, Profar gave the Rangers a sampling of what they should expect as well.
Profar, baseball's No. 4 overall prospect according to MLB.com, launched a home run to right field in his very first at-bat on Sunday afternoon, becoming the first player in Rangers history to achieve the feat.
It was certainly a special day for Profar, who was called upon to get the start at second base after Ian Kinsler was scratched from the lineup with lower-back stiffness.
Profar had yet to play above Double-A ball in his three minor league seasons, yet the youngster didn't seem at all out of his league.
Just how good was Profar's debut compared to some of the greatest debuts in MLB history?
Let's take a look.