After a 1-for-10 streak last week to open the Arizona Fall League, Andy Pages had his best game so far in the Glendale Desert Dogs win yesterday. He went 4-for-6 with two homers, and finished with 10 total bases and five runs scored.
Pages started the game with a single on the first pitch of the second inning. Then, his first homer came in the third, registering an exit velocity of 107.5 miles per hour.
After another single in the fourth, Pages hit his second long ball with two outs in the fifth inning. It traveled a grand 424 feet, and he admired the homer with a slick bat drop.
Pages added a six-pitch walk in the eighth to top off his monster night.
His OPS sat at just .331 coming into the week, but it has now jumped to 1.067 after he’s gone 6-for-11 with three extra base hits over the last two games.
Glendale scored 20 runs in total, with Dodgers prospects Jose Ramos and Jorbit Vivas also contributing by combining for five hits and six driven in. Alongside Pages, they both have killer OPS figures so far in the Fall League, with Ramos sitting at a 1.238 and Vivas turning in a 1.127 clip.
It was a solid regular season for Pages, who is the Dodgers’ no. 5 prospect on MLB Pipeline. In his first action at the Double-A level, the 21-year-old hit 26 homers and posted a 10.9% walk rate. Furthermore, his 29 doubles and .232 ISO (isolated power) showed the raw slugging potential Pages features as a top-100 prospect.
Pages and the other Los Angeles prospects will continue their development as action continues in Arizona until mid-November.