Dominic Hambley
Dominic Hambley
Dominic Hambley




Oregon State
Belmont (HS) • BC
6-3 • 230LBS • R/R
Travel Team: Victoria Mariners


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2021 DRAFT Chicago Cubs ROUND 18


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Dominic Hambley, a British Columbia native, is the only representative for Canada and first player to represent BC at the Super 60. Hambley, 6-foot-3, 230-pounds, is a hard-throwing RHP that has been up to 95mph and the best secondary weapon is a curveball that has shape and spin with depth and downward action. The Oregon State commit has been bumping up his mph and has shown a stronger commitment to his physique this off-season through improved movement and, as a result, the command has improved and allowed him to attack the zone more frequently. The large-framed Hambley has tons of room to polish his stuff and sharpen the secondary and leaving him towards one of the top prospects coming out of Canada in 2021.


Hambley has burst onto the scene this year thanks to a fastball that he's ran up to 93 mph, consistently sitting at 91-92. A big body at 6-foot-2 and 225 pounds, the Victoria Mariners product tends to get wild at times, but there's no ignoring the pure arm strength he possesses. His breaking ball had one of the best spin rates at Inside Performance in February, showing a lot of potential to be a plus offering in the future if he can learn how to command it. Hambley is one of the top uncommitted arms in the 2021 class and will also be a close follow for next year's draft.


Dominic is a big-frame 6-foot-2 205-pound strong dual-player that showcased pop at the plate and a heavy fastball on the mound. Toeing the rubber at the Inside Pitch Winter Showcase in North Vancouver last week, Dominic showcased a heavy FB at 86-87 with a good developing CB in the 69-70 range. CH is a third-pitch trying to get a feel for. At the plate as a RHH, Dominic had the 5th highest exit-velo (97mph) at the event that featured players two years older. With a small-stride and short compact swing, there is plenty of pop left in the bat to tap into. As Dominic continues to add size to his frame and develops his young skill-set, he will be an entertaining top-prospect to follow coming out of British Columbia in 2021.

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