Martin Prado Done For Season With Hip Pointer, Torn Oblique

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Martin Prado Has Torn Oblique And Hip Pointer; Will Miss Rest Of Season

Braves infielder Martin Prado had an MRI earlier Tuesday to check out what's wrong, and as it turns out, the Braves and Prado have got pretty much the worst-case scenario on their hands:

Martin Prado will miss the remainder of the season. MRI revealed a hip pointer and torn oblique muscle...Rehab is at least 2 monthsless than a minute ago via web

Not only will Prado miss the rest of the regular season - because of his torn oblique, he'll also miss the entire playoffs, should the Braves go on to win the Wild Card. This means that Brooks Conrad will have a very significant starting role, as both he and Omar Infante have now gone from valuable bench depth to everyday players.

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