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.
Hader threw 1.2 scoreless innings in Monday's victory over the Pirates and allowed just one hit while striking out three batters.
Hader allowed four earned runs over four appearances around the turn of this month, but he turned things around quickly, allowing just Monday's hit and one walk while striking out 13 batters in 7.1 innings over his last five outings. The Brewers will continue leaning on him as the top left-handed option in their bullpen as they push for the playoffs.
Bell went 0-for-2 with a pair of strikeouts against Milwaukee on Monday.
He entered the game as a right-handed pinch-hitter in the sixth inning, whiffing against southpaw Josh Hader. Bell has four hits in 30 at-bats and two extra-base hits in 64 September plate appearances. He's totaled one RBI over the last 13 games despite batting fourth or fifth in the order.
Coleman (hand) likely will be placed on injured reserve, which would allow him to return Nov. 12 against the Lions, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Coleman had successful surgery Monday to repair a fractured metacarpal in his right hand. The silver lining is that it's not the same bone he broke last season, and the Browns seemingly hope to get him back in November or December. A stint on injured reserve is all but assured, considering the team doesn't figure to be in a position where it makes any sense to rush Coleman back. In the meantime, the Browns figure to deploy Kenny Britt, Rashard Higgins and Ricardo Louis -- in some order -- as their top three wideouts. Britt was benched in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Ravens, which allowed Sammie Coates to run with Higgins and Louis.
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