Jasson Dominguez

Jasson Dominguez

Height/Weight: 5' 10"/190 lbs
Bat: S
Throw: R
Born: Esperanza, Dominican Republic
College: None
Draft: Undrafted
  • Pinstripe Alley

    Around the Empire: Yankees news

    Newsday | Erik Boland: As spring training draws closer, Boland offered an early 26-man roster prediction with five starters, eight relievers, and 13 position players. Position player-wise, he sees both Josh Donaldson and Aaron Hicks as Opening Day starters at third base and left field, respectively, with Oswaldo Cabrera and Isiah Kiner-Falefa going to the bench.

  • Denver Post

    At this point, there's really no reason for the Yankees not to sign Jurickson Profar

    Jurickson Profar, the 29-year-old outfielder who just flourished in his first season with over 600 plate appearances, still needs a contract. After accumulating 2.5 Wins Above Replacement, per FanGraphs, with a 110 wRC+, Profar declined his $7.5 million option for 2023, hoping to wrangle more money on the open market. In a world where Kevin Kiermaier (an elite but aging defensive center fielder who has been a below-average hitter for his entire career) received a one-year, $9 million deal from the Blue Jays and Joey Gallo (who hit .160 last year) got $12 million to join the Twins, surely Profar can secure the money he is looking for. The Yankees, meanwhile, are gearing up for another season of the Aaron Hicks experience.

  • Denver Post

    Checking in on Yankees mega-prospect Jasson Dominguez entering 2023

    Otherworldly, the Martian, the next Mickey Mantle or simply Mike Trout: These are the designations that were broadcast across the baseball world about Jasson Dominguez when he inked a franchise-record international contract with the Yankees. In 2019, the Bombers signed Dominguez — who was arguably the highest-touted international prospect in MLB history — to a contract with a $5.1 million signing bonus. Talent evaluators across the baseball industry were bullish on the eye-popping tools of the Dominican native with rankings as high as the No. 32 prospect in the game — according to MLB Pipeline — without even stepping foot on a minor-league diamond.