Dodgers Top Prospects Update: Where are the top six, and how have they performed?

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No. 6: Andy Pages (Triple-A Oklahoma City)

The Dodgers' top five prospects have all made their major league debuts already, but Pages has extremely limited experience by comparison. In fact, despite having a projected MLB ETA of 2023 (per Pipeline), he just made his Triple-A debut a few weeks ago. Pages, like Cartaya, was an international signing by the Dodgers, but his $300,000 signing bonus in 2017 was a far cry from Cartaya's $2.5 million bonus. Pages has been great for the Dodgers in the minors. Pages' most impressive season statistically in the minors was in rookie ball in 2019. In 63 games that season, he posted a 1.049 OPS with 19 home runs, 22 doubles, two triples and 55 RBI.

Since 2019, Pages has continued to play well while moving his way up through the Dodgers' minor-league system. In 120 games for the High-A Great Lakes Loons, Pages posted a .933 OPS with 31 home runs and 25 doubles. Pages' power surge continued in 2022, when he posted an .804 OPS with 26 home runs and 29 doubles in 132 games at Double-A Tulsa.

The Dodgers did not promote him to Triple-A at the start of the 2023 season, but his performance in Tulsa eventually forced his recent promotion. In 2023, Pages has played 33 games at Double-A, where he currently holds a .925 OPS. While his home run numbers have decreased (he only has three so far), he has continued to be a doubles machine (12 so far) and, like Busch, has sacrificed some power to post an elite .430 OBP. If Pages can pair his power and a patient approach together in Triple-A, he will be knocking on the door of a major league call-up very soon.