Mauricio Dubon has a major league batting average.

In his fourth career at-bat, the Giants prospect collected his first big league hit, slashing a fastball from San Diego Padres starter Chris Paddack down the right field line for a single Thursday night at Oracle Park.

While the Giants called Dubon up prior to Tuesday's game against the Arizona Diamondbacks, he didn't play, so this was his team debut.

The Giants acquired the Honduras native from the Brewers before the July 31 MLB trade deadline in a trade that sent relievers Drew Pomeranz and Ray Black to Milwaukee.

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Dubon, 25, moved to Sacramento when he was 15 and became a Giants fan, idolizing current teammates Brandon Crawford, Buster Posey and Madison Bumgarner.

To pick up your first career hit while in the lineup with two of your idols? That's a moment Dubon will cherish forever.