05/11/2014 - College PREP - College Station, TX
Jaime showed as a SS/RHP at the event and currently projects best at SS where he has improved his baseball abilities. Defensive grades are outstanding as he displays smooth / clean actions. He moves well laterally displaying range in the MIF with hands / feet working well together through the fielding process. Athletic abilities are displayed through his feeds / turns of the double play and slow roller. Arm strength has improved as well, displaying life, carry, and accuracy across the diamond as he gets rid of the baseball quickly. At the plate, hitting grade are now well above average through an athletic setup. Hands are quick, generating plus bat speed through a level swing path. He works to stay inside the ball, utilizing all fields. Power numbers will continue to increase as he learns to use his lower half more and create extension with his hands. On the mound, fastball was in the 80 mph range. Off speed stuff show as quality pitches that will get outs at the next level. Breaking ball displays 11/5 shape with sharp breaking action. He maintains arm speed on his changeup, showing a feel for with arm side run. Control is a plus as he throws with all his pitches. Stock on the mound will continue to rise as more arm strength is gained.
06/15/2013 - Omaha National World Series - Session 1
Jaime is an athletic/lean two way player that projects best on the mound. He throws three pitches, with his fastball topping out at 81 MPH. He throws two off-speed pitches with his 12/6 curve-ball being the most effective. Jaime throws a lot of strikes and mixes in off-speed pitches to keep hitters off-balance. In order to continue being effective, he needs to throw more off-speed pitches. Offensively, he is athletic in a crouched setup and gets good separation which leads to quick bat speed/barrel delivery. At 2B, he has smooth actions and makes routine plays. He has great range with the arm to finish plays in the hole. In all, Jaime is a good young player that can play either position effectively, but projects best on the mound.
11/04/2012 - National Tryout - Austin, TX
Dominguez continues to show as a RHP/2B but currently projects best at 2B for the next level. Foot speed has improved as he ran his best 60 time to date, now a well above average runner at 7.13. Feet are quick / aggressive as attacks ground balls and plays through well. Hands are soft / clean / sure as he makes all the plays. He shows off his athletic abilities on his feeds / turns of the double play. Throws are accurate but needs to build more arm strength through a long toss program. At the plate, he shows a balanced approach with good rhythm / tempo. Hands are loose / quick, flashing bat speed and work through a level swing path. He works to stay inside the ball, utilizing all fields. Power numbers will continue to improve as he learns to use his lower half more. On the mound, fastball showed a range of 76-78 mph. Breaking ball displays 12/6 shape with sharp break and shows potential to be a quality pitch. Stock on the mound will rise as more arm strength is gained.
07/29/2012 - Under Armour Southwest Regional Tournament
Jamie is an athletic 2B/RHP that will graduate in 2015. Foot speed is slightly above average as indicated by his 7.4 60 time. At 2B, feet are active / aggressive as he attacks ground balls with clean hands. He needs to play through ground balls more, increase foot quickness, and present hands more out front. Throws display accuracy but needs to build more arm strength through a long toss program. At the plate, Jaime shows a balanced approach with hands working through a level / direct swing path. He shows pop to the pull side as he needs to let the all travel and work to keep hands inside the ball to utilize all fields. On the mound, fastball showed a range of 72-76 mph. Breaking ball displays 11/5 shape with gradual break. He slows his arm speed on his changeup, tipping off pitch to hitters. Control is a plus as he throws strikes with all his pitches. With 3 years to further develop, Jamie has a lot of potential and will catch the eyes of the collegiate coaches as he continues to improve.