Top Yankees Prospect Is Slowly Turning Things Around

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Jasson Dominguez, a future New York Yankees player, had an outstanding 2022 season in the minor leagues.

In 2022, he hit.273/.375/.461, adjusted every time he went up except for his most recent stop, Double-A, and had 16 home runs, 37 stolen bases, and a strong.836 OPS.

Because of this, the Yankees scheduled him to begin the 2023 season there, with the Double-A Somerset Patriots.

The journey’s beginning was a little bumpy, just like it was in Low-A and High-A last year.

He is beginning to improve nevertheless because he is a very talented baseball player.

His plate discipline statistics are great, and his hitting average is rising like froth.

He had five home runs, 13 stolen bases, and a.208/.389/.417 line entering Wednesday.

You could say that he is adjusting to playing against pitching from the upper minors considering that he was only hitting.125 a few days ago.

Prospects typically need some time to get used to a new environment, including new teammates, new teammates’ teammates, and new and more challenging pitchers.

But how far they advance in baseball will depend on their capacity for quick adjustments.

Over the course of his minor league career, The Martian, as he is known, has demonstrated this talent.

Along with his evident physical talents, this will definitely ensure his future as a major league player.

He has power, contact, the ability to work walks (his outstanding 22.2 percent walk rate), and speed to burn.

He can also play center field, so that’s probably where he’ll be playing for the Yankees in the future.

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