1B,3B - FA
As expected, the 14-year third baseman is retiring from baseball.
Prado's age has started to show over the last few years as he has struggled to crack a .250 BA since 2016. He will retire with a career BA of .287, 100 HR, 609 RBI, and .747 OPS after spending his career with the Braves, Diamondbacks, Yankees, and Marlins.
Marlins infielder Martin Prado went 1-for-4 with a solo home run in Wednesday's loss to the Cleveland Indians. The homer was his first of the season.
While he has hit well when called upon this season, Prado has just 50 at-bats through the first month of the season while he struggles to find playing time.
Martin Prado has been placed on the 60-day disabled list with a right abdominal strain. His season is over.
An unfortunate ending to Prado's season that was riddled with injuries. The veteran only played in 54 games and batted .244/.287/.305 with 16 runs, 18 RBI, and just one home run. He is owed $15 million next year.
Martin Prado went 1-for-4 with a three run double in Saturday's win over the Blue Jays.
Prado had a solid first game back after a trip to the DL. He was playing well before he got hurt but could end up splitting time with Brian Anderson and Derek Dietrich normally playing third and first base respectively.
Martin Prado has been activated from the DL and will start against the Blue Jays Saturday. He will play first base and bat fifth.
Prado has been out since August 13th with a left quad strain. He's played mostly third base this year but will see some time at first base.