Prado (knee) may not be able to return before the end of the season, Tim Healey of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. He tried to move his rehab to Orlando in an effort to avoid Hurricane Irma, but that plan backfired, as Orlando was hit just as hard as South Florida. Prado says he missed about a week of what would have been on-field ramping-up baseball activity. The Marlins are not ruling out his return this season, but Prado says he doesn't want to be back out there unless he's close to 100 percent. Those who have been stashing Prado in single-season leagues should probably cut bait at this point. Brian Anderson and Derek Dietrich should continue to get the starts at third base the rest of the way. Prado hit .250/.279/.357 with two home runs in 147 plate appearances in his age-33 season.
Marlins manager Don Mattingly remains hopeful that Prado (knee) will be ready to return before the end of the season, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com reports. Prado has been working through range of motion and strengthening exercises in recent weeks. If he's able to return before the end of 2017, it's possible that it won't happen until the later part of September.
Prado underwent a knee scope clean up and could return after 3-5 weeks of recovery, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports. Prado's surgery required only an arthroscopic solution, though there remains a high degree of variability as to his overall recovery time. The 33-year-old was forced to undergo the operation after seeing little improvement since being placed on the DL earlier this month, but it would appear he could presumably get back on the field sometime in September. Nonetheless, fantasy owners should look elsewhere for replacement options.
Prado will undergo knee surgery, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports. This probably will end the 33-year-old's season, though Heyman did not directly address that notion in his report. Anyone holding on to Prado in single-year fantasy leagues can move on. The Marlins will continue to fill the gap with a timeshare at third base that includes Derek Dietrich, Mike Aviles and Miguel Rojas.
Prado (knee) has not been making much progress since landing on the DL on July 17, and could require surgery in the near future, Craig Davis of the Sun Sentinel reports. Prado suffered the right knee sprain during a game against the Phillies, and it hasn't improved near the rate at which the third baseman would've hoped. Manager Don Mattingly stated that the club could make a decision as soon as Friday, prior to the game against Cincinnati. In his place, Derek Dietrich continues to get a majority of the playing time at third base.
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