FRISCO — South Texas’ Jose Trevino had memorable Friday on the diamond in Frisco.

The Rough Riders’ starting catcher, and one of the Texas Rangers’ top young prospects, pushed his on-base streak this season to 10 games with a double in the sixth inning against the Corpus Christi Hooks Friday night.

Moreover, before the game, Trevino was honored by the Rough Riders by being presented his 2017 Rawlings Minor League Gold Glove Award.

In September, Trevino was named the MiLB Rawlings Gold Glove catcher for a second consecutive year.

The Ben Bolt native and John Paul II alum committed just three errors in 2017 and three passed balls in 857 2/3 innings behind the plate for Double-A Frisco. His .996 fielding percentage and 41-percent caught-stealing rate led all Texas League backstops. Trevino also paced Texas League catchers in games (99), chances (829), putouts (762) and assists (64).

A member of the Rangers 40-man roster, Trevino earned Texas League Mid- and Postseason All-Star honors.

Trevino batted .241 with 39 runs, 12 doubles, seven home runs and 42 RBIs in 105 assignments for the RoughRiders. Trevino's first homer of 2017 came April 28 off Hooks right-hander Cy Sneed, in his first-ever plate appearance at Corpus Christi's Whataburger Field.

Trevino, selected by Texas in the sixth round of the 2014 draft out of Oral Roberts University, is listed by MLB.com as the top Rangers catching prospect.