Jose Trevino is headed to the show.

The Texas Rangers announced Friday that the Frisco RoughRiders catcher and South Texas native has been promoted straight to the big leagues. He is seeking his Major League debut.

Trevino is batting .233 with three home runs and 16 RBIs through his first 45 games with the Riders, the Double-A affiliate of the Rangers. Defensively, the two-time Gold Glove winner has made just one error and thrown out 14-of-43 base stealers. He was added to the Rangers 40-man roster in November.

The native of Ben Bolt is the third RoughRiders player to go straight from Frisco to the Rangers this season, joining Eliezer Alvarez and Ariel Jurado.

Trevino was in Alice in December to his first Trevino’s Drive. The event was a toy drive and a baseball camp in one. All proceeds from the toy drive and the camp benefitted the Boys and Girls Club of Alice.

Trevino had s superb 2017 season. The John Paul II graduate was awarded the Corpus Christi Hooks’ 2017 Mike Adams South Texas Professional Player of the Year. He was honored at the South Texas Winter Baseball Banquet.

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