Dodgers To Call Up Top Prospect Andy Pages

The Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly calling up Just Baseball's No. 50 overall prospect, outfielder Andy Pages.

Andy Pages of the Los Angeles Dodgers runs to third base during the 2024 Spring Training Game between Los Angeles Dodgers and Colorado Rockies at Salt River Fields.
TALKING STICK, - FEBRUARY 26: Andy Pages #84 of the Los Angeles Dodgers runs to third base during the 2024 Spring Training Game between Los Angeles Dodgers and Colorado Rockies at Salt River Fields on Monday, February 26, 2024 in Talking Stick, Arizona . (Photo by Adam Glanzman/MLB Photos via Getty Images)

On Sunday, Andy Pages hit two home runs and drove in four, leading the Triple-A Oklahoma City Baseball Club to a 14-5 victory over the Round Rock Express.

Two days later, he is packing his bags for Chavez Ravine to make his MLB debut.

Francys Romero reports that the Los Angeles Dodgers are calling up Pages, and the 23-year-old is likely to make his big league debut in tonight’s game against the Washington Nationals. Pages is a consensus top prospect in the Dodgers organization and Just Baseball’s No. 50 overall prospect.

After a torn labrum ended his 2023 season in May, Pages picked up right where he left off in 2024. He annihilated the competition in spring training, going 8-for-17 with a double, a triple, and two home runs. It’s been more of the same at Triple-A, where he has slashed .371/.452/.694 in his first 15 games.

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The Dodgers offense isn’t exactly struggling this season, but they have slowed down after a hot start. Over the last 10 days, L.A. is averaging just four runs per game with a .664 OPS. Outfielders Teoscar Hernández and James Outman are hitting well, but Chris Taylor, Enrique Hernández, and Taylor Trammell are dragging down the bottom of the lineup.

The righty-batting Pages gives the Dodgers another option for the outfield while Jason Heyward is on the IL with lower back tightness. If he proves he can hold his own against big league pitching, he might stick around even when Heyward returns.

Pages is already on the 40-man roster, but the Dodgers will need to open up a spot on the active roster before officially announcing the move.

For more on Pages, here is what Aram Leighton had to say about the talented young slugger on our latest Top 100 Prospects list:

50. Andy Pages – OF – Los Angeles Dodgers

Height/Weight: 6’1″, 210 | Bat/Throw: R/R | IFA: $300K, 2017 (LAD) | ETA: 2024


A torn labrum in his left shoulder put a halt to what was an excellent start to the 2023 season for Pages, he looked to be completely back. He has put up big power numbers at every stop, with an impressive ability to consistently drive the ball in the air.

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Pages starts upright and deploys a slow and controlled load that allows him to get into his back hip. A strong lower half and sneaky athleticism help Pages use the ground well to tap into plus power while repeating his moves well.

Pages has a swing geared for lifting the ball in the air to the pull-side. His homers are majestic, often as high as they are far and he is a patient hitter who has consistently posted strong walk rates at each level.

He utilizes the leverage in his swing consistently, rarely missing a hanging breaking ball or a fastball out over the plate. At worst, he will be able to annihilate mistake pitches in the big leagues once he gets there. 

One area where he could improve a bit is with hard stuff inside. Pages is a hitter who likes to get his hands extended and pitchers who can consistently locate their heater inside have given him some trouble. The challenge for pitchers is that if that fastball runs back over the middle, Pages will rarely miss it. Even with the bit of length to his swing, Pages makes plenty of contact and has a chance to be an average hitter with his plus game power as the calling card.


It takes Pages a while to get to his top speed but once he does, he’s an above-average runner. He posts average home to first times due to the time it takes him to get to top speed, but the speed plays a bit better in the outfield. As he has become more comfortable with his reads and routes, getting better jumps and covering more ground.

His profile is that of a right fielder, but in a pinch, he could likely play a passable center field thanks to his reads and 70-grade arm strength. He has above-average defensive potential in right.

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After a massive year in High-A in 2021, Pages struggled to match the same level of consistency in Double-A, though he still turned in a solid campaign as a younger bat in the upper minors. He jumped out of the gate in his second Double-A stint to start the 2023 season, earning a promotion to Triple-A as a 22-year-old. Unfortunately, his injury came in his first Triple-A game, but he will almost surely start the season there next year.

Pages’ ability to consistently tap into game power as well as walk takes some pressure off of his fringy hit tool. There’s 30 home run upside if Pages can hit enough.