CPL ERA Leader with a 1.59 over 51 innings. Also comfortable as a two-way player
Name: Addison Domingo
Weight: 210 lbskg
DOB: July 10, 1994
Date Available: March 1, 2020
Positions (alt): 2B, 3B, SS, OF, RP
College: Point Park University
I come from an Artistic and Athletic background. I believe that the arts and athletics should be one in the same, hence why I went to a performing arts school as an athlete. I understand that baseball is more than a sport, it’s a business. I dance during my warm up routine, and dance on the mound vibing to walk out songs and in between at bat jams. Fans and people enjoy watching me play, not for flash nor cockiness, but for competitiveness and unique style of play.
I can play both ways, because of defense. My hitting is alright, can get the job done but I can play anywhere in the field. My forte is pitching because of great command with all my pitches, along with my very very short arm. Because I throw like a catcher on the mound, the ball looks faster than it is to the hitter. In addition, the short arm gives me a quick release from anywhere in the field.
In 2019 I took time off to heal my back and my hip and have been developing/ rehabbing everything. During this time I have done a lot of coaching, assisting with coaching at Point Park University while also training there. On top of that, I read a book on the mental aspect of my game and from that got into a lot of meditation, focusing on what kind of pitcher I am and want to become.
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Dual Player P/ Utility
FB 89-92 mph
CB 76 mph
CHNG 79 mph
Palm 73 mph
- CEO/ Owner of Follow the Trees Ride the Vibe
- 1st Team All conference 2017 and 18 for the Three Rivers Conference (NAIA)
- 1st Team All conference 2018 for the Coastal Plains League
Addison is a workhorse, who doesn’t know the meaning of the word “quitting". His family values are high and the team is his second family. He is a loyal and unselfish teammate who gives everything he has in an off the field, for the common team goal and success. He is not afraid to put extra work in when needed, and will not back off from any responsibilities. He is also eager grow listening to and learning from anybody who gives him advice or direction.
Addison is a fierce competitor. MLB scouts are looking for mid 90s and that is why he wasn't drafted. He throws 89 to 91, but his stuff is electric. He competes with excellent command of all his pitches. Can work off the black and as well as north/south...throws an excellent slider, curve ball, and change. He could be very effective in the minors right now, but his velo isn't mid 90....great person and teammate...has the mental toughness and ability to adjust in order to get through any jam....can work as a starter, long reliever, and closer...could pitch everyday....you cannot find arms like his any longer. He is an almost an extinct commodity. I have been coaching collegiate baseball for 23 years and have only seen a handful of pitchers do what he does with as much command and art to his craft. Any professional team that picks him up will be fortunate and that team WILL win.
Need to return home by: anytime
Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with a host family
Status: Long term relationship
Ever convicted of a felony? No
Recent injuries/illnesses: no
VIDEO/ CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
What a summer it’s been for Mustangs SP Addison Domingo. Following a three-hit, complete game shutout last week, the righty worked into the ninth inning again tonight and leads the @CPLBaseball in ERA. He puts a bow on another outstanding start tonight here. #StangGang pic.twitter.com/jQUkiRrleA
— Martinsville Mustangs (@MVilleMustangs) July 29, 2018
Great write up on pitcher, Addison Domingo. Best of luck to you! https://t.co/G3j6HCIqNB
— Martinsville Mustangs (@MVilleMustangs) August 9, 2018
For Addison Domingo, being able to play for the @MVilleMustangs was a possibility that didn't seem possible a few years ago. The start of his college career was rocky, but a change of scenery and his passion for art and baseball helped turn things aroundhttps://t.co/Jw1oEodYK9
— Bulletin Sports (@BulletinSport) August 9, 2018
— Martinsville Mustangs (@MVilleMustangs) August 23, 2018
McLendon Sears of the @Flo_RedWolves and Addison Domingo of the @MVilleMustangs named Week Eight Coastal Plain League Players of the Week. Read more here: https://t.co/N1IV9fqWyU pic.twitter.com/Qk7Vhaqbzo
— Coastal Plain League (@CPLBaseball) July 23, 2018
— Martinsville Mustangs (@MVilleMustangs) June 15, 2018
Mustangs starter Addison Domingo (@PPUBaseball ) talks about tossing a three-hit, complete game shutout in the Mustangs 6-0 win over the Copperheads in Asheboro! The righty discusses his outing and reflects a bit on his college ball experience. #StangGang pic.twitter.com/YR6TBWyH16
— Martinsville Mustangs (@MVilleMustangs) July 22, 2018
— Point Park Sports (@PointParkSports) June 2, 2018
1st Team All Conference: Felix Castillo SP….Addison Domingo RP….Chris Hernandez C….Richard Perez DH….Stefan Mrkonja OF….Edberg Dominguez OF pic.twitter.com/ktAOWt7r3v
— Point Park Baseball (@PPUBaseball) May 3, 2018
Addison Domingo vs Midway, IU Southeast (all relief):
3-0, 2 SV, 5 G
0.75 ERA, 12.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 0 BB, 15 K,
.100 opp avg.
— Kevin Taylor (@KTaylorSID) April 23, 2017