Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 2 weeks ago

Miami Marlins third baseman Martin Prado was activated from the disabled list Friday after recovering from a shoulder injury, according to the Palm Beach Post. Prado was placed on the DL on June 18 due to a sprained right shoulder and will return to fill the roster spot of the injured Dee Gordon.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 3 weeks ago

Prado (shoulder) has been assigned to High-A Jupiter to begin a rehab assignment, Joe Frisaro of reports.

The Marlins were eyeing a return for Prado before the end of June, but some renewed discomfort in his shoulder forced the team to put its plans on hold. Apparently, the discomfort has now subsided enough to where Prado can begin playing in minor league games, but he will need to avoid any further complications to make it back before the All-Star break.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 1 month ago

Prado (shoulder) took some ground balls Wednesday, but felt continued discomfort in his sprained right shoulder, the Miami Herald reports.

Manager Dan Jennings had expressed optimism that Prado would return June 30th when speaking with reporters Tuesday, but that timeline is in serious doubt. Prado has yet to swing a bat or throw a baseball and will not be cleared to do so until the pain goes away. He'll remain in the strengthening/range of motion phase of his recovery for now.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 1 month ago

Prado (shoulder) is on track to be activated from the disabled list on June 30, the Miami Herald reports.

The report comes with the caution that Prado has yet to resume baseball activities, but his range of motion is returning to normal during rehab. He'll begin throwing next to test the shoulder before progressing to a rehab assignment. Derek Dietrich and Donovan Solano will continue to split time at third base while Prado is out.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 1 month ago

Prado (shoulder) was officially placed on the 15-day disabled list Thursday.

Prado's shoulder issue was expected to land him on the DL, and now the move has been made retroactive to June 15. The Marlins recalled Jhonatan Solano to replace him on the active roster, giving the Marlins a third option behind the plate.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 1 month ago

Prado (shoulder) is expected to land on the disable list, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.

Prado injured his shoulder while landing on it awkwardly during a play at first base over the weekend and has been unable to make any positive progress back towards the field. He received a pain killing injection Monday, but will apparently need a bit of time off to get things right. Derek Dietrich has been filling in at third base and will likely share time with the soon-to-be-recalled Jordany Valdespin while Prado is on the shelf.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 1 month ago

Manager Dan Jennings said Monday that he expects Prado (shoulder) to miss about a week, FOX Sports Florida reports.

For now, the Marlins are optimistic that Prado will be able to avoid a trip to the DL, but his ultimate return will be dictated by how quickly the platelet-rich plasma injection he received Monday takes effect. Prado missed just his second game of the season Monday against the Yankees, with Derek Dietrich filling in for him.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 1 month ago

Prado received an injection in his right shoulder and hopes the injury will only cost him a few days, Joe Frisaro of reports.

Prado exited Sunday's game early due to the issue, and it sounds as though it could force him out a couple of days beyond that as well. The injection should speed up the healing process, but that doesn't necessarily mean he'll be able to return immediately either.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 1 month ago

Prado (shoulder) is out of the lineup Monday against the Yankees, Joe Frisaro of reports.

Prado injured his shoulder on a tumble after running through first base in Sunday's game, and reportedly felt "a lot of pain" in it after exiting Sunday's game. The extent of the injury hasn't been revealed at this point, but it will cost him Monday's game at a minimum.

Martin Prado 2B/3B MIA 2 months ago

Prado reported experiencing "a lot of pain" following his removal from Sunday's game with a shoulder sprain,'s Joe Frisaro reports.

Prado had to be lifted after just one plate appearance, and it now appears he may be in danger of missing multiple games of the upcoming series against his former team, the New York Yankees. If an evening of rest doesn't help the discomfort subside and that turns out to be the case, look for Donovan Solano or Derek Dietrich to draw the start at third base.