The Cape Catfish Welcome Dominic Tamez!

Career Accolades:


  • Dominic Tamez is a 5′ 11′, 190lb, Junior Catcher for the Alabama Crimson Tide who just recorded the second two-homer game of his career on April 7 against Mississippi State
  • Through 35 games, Tamez is batting .289 in 24 starts for Alabama….Posting an even better mark in SEC play batting .306
  • He has 24 hits, 17 runs scored with 20 rbi’s including 4 doubles and 4 home runs
  • Behind the dish he has been a game changer and is yet to commit an error so far in the 2023 campaign


  • Alabama’s everyday catcher who also saw time at designated hitter
  • Batted .289 (61-211) with 7 doubles and 5 home runs to go with 34 RBI and 24 runs scored
  • Added 18 walks and one stolen base to his totals
  • Finished third on the team for RBI’s while tying for third in hits with 61
  • Ranked third among the Tide bats with 32 hits during SEC play
  • Recorded a five-game hitting streak from April 19-26, maintaining a .444 (8-18) average to go with two home runs, three RBI, four runs and a pair of walks over that time
  • Notched a seven-game hitting streak from April 3-16, batting .357 (10-28) with three doubles, six RBI, four runs and a walk across the streak
  • Put together a six-game hitting streak in SEC play from March 19-April 1, batting .321 (9-28) with a double, four RBI and a run scored during that stretch
  • Recorded a seven-game hitting streak from March 5-16, batting .423 (11-26) with a double, four RBI, two runs and three walks across that time

2021 (McLennan Community College)

  • Spent one season at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas
  • Tamez Helped the Highlanders to the 2021 NJCAA World Series title, batting .526 in five games of action
  • Posted an impressive .380 (81-213) average with 17 doubles, three triples and 12 home runs across 61 games overall as a sophomore
  • Added 62 RBI and 41 runs scored while walking 31 times and swiping three bags
  • Picked up 2021 NJCAA First Team All-America honors at season’s end

2020 (Arkansas)

  • Began his collegiate career at Arkansas
  • Played in eight games with two starts for the Razorbacks during the pandemic-shortened season
  • Batted .400 (4-10) with three runs and a walk in 2020

Prep Highlights

  • Attended Lady Bird Johnson High School in San Antonio, Texas
  • The No. 2 catcher, 35th-ranked prospect in the state of Texas according to Perfect Game USA
  • Batted .435 with 20 home runs and 256 RBI across his four seasons of prep baseball
  • Named to the USA Today All-USA Texas Team as a senior at LBJHS
  • Earned 6A all-state and all-district honors from the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association in both 2019 and 2018
  • Batted .394 with nine doubles, nine home runs and 34 RBI as a junior for the Jaguars
  • Drafted in the 35th round of the 2019 MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners, but elected to attend college

The Catfish can’t wait to have Dominic bring his talents to the Cape!