"Martin is feeling really good, which is always a dangerous thing with the hammy at this point," Marlins manager Don Mattingly said. "Guys start wanting to do more. His progression is getting more and more, but we'll see him when we get back in Miami. We'll let the trainers let us know where they're at."
There is a chance Prado could come off the disabled list late in the homestand. Miami's home opener is Tuesday against the Braves, and after that two-game set, the Mets are at Marlins Park for four games -- April 13-16.
Because Prado hasn't played in game situations since mid-March, the Marlins are leaning towards sending him on a rehab assignment.
"There has been talk of a rehab assignment," Mattingly said. "That's a possibility."
* Jeff Locke, on the disabled list with left shoulder tendinitis, continues his throwing progression.
"When we left Spring Training, he was basically starting his Spring Training," Mattingly said. "I don't think we look for him in the month of April. We're down the road a little bit with him. We're looking for him to build up."
* Tyler Moore's primary role is a right-handed hitter off the bench, who can spot start for Justin Bour at first base. Moore also played left field in Spring Training. On Saturday, he was taking grounders at third base during batting practice. The club is striving to make Moore as versatile as possible.
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