Martín Prado
3B MIA
23 hours ago

Prado went 1-for-4 with a two-run double during Sunday's win over the Cubs.

EDGE Analysis

This was just Prado's third game since being activated off the disabled list June 23, and the veteran has been limited to just 83 plate appearances this season. He projects to provide a solid batting average with serviceable totals in the RBI and runs columns going forward, but fantasy expectations should be tempered. Prado offers little power or speed.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
3 days ago

Prado (hamstring) was activated from the disabled list on Friday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Prado is back with the Marlins after nearly a month long stay on the DL with a hamstring injury. He's only appeared in 17 games for the big club this season, slashing .290/.315/.406 with two homers and eight runs scored over that period. Now that he is healthy, Prado should reclaim his everyday role at third base back from Derek Dietrich.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
1 week ago

Prado started at third base and went 1-for-3 in a rehab appearance for Double-A Jacksonville on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

Prado was pulled out early in what was the second game of his rehab assignment, but that was the plan all along with the Marlins aiming to ease him back into playing nine innings following a five-week hiatus. It's not yet clear how many more rehab games the 33-year-old will require before being activated, but once that happens, he'll likely take back his everyday role at third base from Derek Dietrich.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
2 weeks ago

Prado (hamstring) is scheduled to begin a minor-league rehab assignment Thursday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Prado has been bothered by a hamstring issue since the World Baseball Classic, though he finally appears to be nearing a return to the majors. There hasn't been any indication on how long the 33-year-old will stay on his rehab assignment, though he'll likely need a few games given the extended length of his absence. Derek Dietrich should continue to see the majority of playing time at third base as long as Prado is sidelined.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
4 weeks ago

Manager Don Mattingly said Prado (hamstring) is progressing well in his rehab process and could be ready for game action in two weeks, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Prado has been plagued with hamstring discomfort since the World Baseball Classic, causing him to miss a good portion of the start of the season and most of May. The recent progress is certainly encouraging, but he still needs a couple more weeks to get back to full strength, so look for Derek Dietrich to continue seeing the lion's share of opportunities at third base.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
2 months ago

Prado (hamstring) was placed on the 10-day disabled list Monday.

EDGE Analysis

The strained right hamstring that sidelined Prado for the first two weeks of the season has reared its head again, with the injury resulting in the veteran infielder's early removal from Sunday's game against the Mets. The Marlins haven't commented on the severity of Prado's latest setback, but it's expected that he'll be sidelined for more than the minimum 10 days. J.T. Riddle was recalled from Triple-A New Orleans in a corresponding move, but it's expected that Derek Dietrich will draw most of the starts at the hot corner while Prado is out.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
2 months ago

Prado is likely to land on the DL after re-injuring his right hamstring Sunday, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. "The first time I [strained the hamstring] in the WBC, I was able to walk normal," Prado said. "This time, I feel it when I walk."

EDGE Analysis

He wasn't even supposed to play Sunday, and only entered the game after Miguel Rojas injured his thumb, so this is a bitter pill for Prado and the Marlins to swallow. The third baseman missed the last few weeks of spring training and the first couple of weeks of the regular season after initially straining the hamstring during the WBC, so if this latest injury is as serious as the team fears he may not be back in the lineup until some time in June. Derek Dietrich would likely see the bulk of the action again at third while Prado is out, and look for J.T. Riddle to be called back up from Triple-A New Orleans to fill his roster spot.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
2 months ago

Martin exited Sunday's game early with right hamstring discomfort.

EDGE Analysis

The fact that Prado is simply dealing with hamstring "discomfort" is an encouraging sign. The Marlins believe the veteran third baseman will not require a trip to the disabled list, as he's being listed as day-to-day. Derek Dietrich will likely fill the void at third base if Prado is to miss any time.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
2 months ago

Prado exited Sunday's game against the Mets early with an apparent leg injury, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Prado wasn't in the lineup Sunday but was forced to enter the game when starting third baseman Miguel Rojas exited with a thumb injury in the first inning. The 33-year-old appeared to injure his hamstring, though we'll await an announcement from the Marlins with regards to the exact injury incurred. Upon his early departure, Justin Bour took over duties at first base while Derek Dietrich moved over to third.

Martín Prado
3B MIA
2 months ago

Prado is not in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Mets, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

Despite missing the first half of April with a strained hamstring, Prado has shown no signs of fatigue following his activation from the DL. The 33-year-old has started the Marlins' past 15 games and collected eight hits over his last five contests. He'll get a well-deserved day of rest Sunday with Miguel Rojas manning third base in his absence.