Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Rays due to a lingering hamstring injury, MLB.com's Bryan Hoch reports.

Prado was able to play Sunday after sitting out the previous three games, but the Yankees believe he could aggravate the injury by playing, so they will hold him out of at least one more game.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado (hamstring) is back in the lineup Saturday against the Royals.

After missing three straight games with a sore hamstring, Prado will bat third and play second base Saturday. He reported being pain-free on Friday, so we should see him back in the lineup on a semi-regular basis down the stretch.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado (hamstring) says he is pain-free in his hamstring that has sidelined him from three straight games, MLB.com reports.

Prado was available as a pinch-hitter Friday after going through his normal pregame routine without any setbacks, but wasn't used. He was able to take the field, play catch, and take batting practice without reporting any pain, so at this point a return to the lineup on Saturday seems likely.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado (hamstring) is out of the Yankees' lineup again Friday but manager Joe Girardi said he could pinch-hit, Sweeny Murti of Sportsradio 66 WFAN reports.

Ichiro Suzuki will draw another start in right field in place of Prado, who missed the final two games of the Red Sox series with a mild left hamstring strain. Prado has been receiving treatment and ran at about 50 percent Thursday, leading Girardi to deem him available off the bench for the opener against Kansas City. The skipper went on to reiterate that he's hopeful Prado can return to the lineup Saturday.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado (hamstring) remains out of the lineup Thursday against the Red Sox, Newsday's Erik Boland reports.

A mild left hamstring strain, suffered during Tuesday's game, will keep Prado out for the series finale against Boston. The 30-year-old has been receiving treatment and did report progress Wednesday, but Ichiro Suzuki will likely continue to hold down the fort in right until the training staff signs off on Prado's return.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado (hamstring) made some progress Wednesday but is still day-to-day, YES Network's Meredith Marakovits reports.

He had treatment and had no issues walking around Wednesday, and the plan is for him to do some baseball activity Thursday and the team will see how Prado's strained hamstring responds. It sounds like there's a chance we could see Prado back in the Yankees' lineup sooner than expected, but he may still miss a couple more games.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado has been diagnosed with a mild left hamstring strain and is hoping to return to the Yankees' lineup in a day or two, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reports.

Prado incurred the injury in Tuesday's game against the Red Sox, when he went 2-for-3 with his 10th homer of the season. The Yankees will attempt to get by with Ichiro Suzuki as their primary right fielder until Prado is cleared for a return.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado felt something in his left hamstring and will see a doctor Tuesday night, the New York Daily News' Mark Feinsand reports.

It's not clear exactly when Prado suffered the injury, but he should be considered day-to-day until we learn more about his condition. After hitting just five home runs in 106 games with Arizona earlier this season, Prado has already hit four homers in just 28 games since joining the Yankees.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado went 2-for-4 with a solo home run in the Yankees' 8-1 victory Monday night.

Prado hasn't missed a beat since joining the Yankees at the trading deadline. The veteran has hit .417 over his last nine games and now has three homers as a member of the Yankees. For the season Prado is up to nine home runs to go with his .272 batting average.

Martin Prado 2B/3B.. NYY 3 Months

Prado enjoyed a productive night at the dish going 2-for-5 with a home run and three RBI in the Yankees' win over the White Sox on Friday night.

He started his outburst with a two-run home run, his eighth of the season, in the third inning and capped the night with a run scoring single with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to give the Yankees a walk-off win.