New York Yankees 20-Year Old Top Prospect Dominating In Spring Training

Jasson Dominguez, the New York Yankees outfield prospect, has been turning heads with his impressive performances in the Grapefruit League this year.

Despite only recently turning 20 years old, Dominguez has already hit four home runs and is impressing the Yankees' coaching staff with his mature approach to the game.

In Saturday's game against the Philadelphia Phillies, Dominguez hit a two-run homer, his fourth of the spring. He finished the game with a .421 batting average, a .500 on-base percentage, and an impressive 3:2 BB:K ratio.

Despite his impressive performance, it's unlikely that Dominguez will make the Yankees' Opening Day roster, as he has only played in five Double-A games. 

While it's highly unlikely that Dominguez will start the season in the big leagues, Yankees manager Aaron Boone has suggested that Dominguez could reach the majors at some point during the season.

With his five-tool pedigree and impressive performance in spring training, it's clear that Dominguez has a bright future ahead of him in baseball. 

He's the Yankees No. 2 ranked prospect and the 47th-ranked prospect in all of baseball.
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