Braves second baseman Martin Prado named NL Player of the Week

The good work Martin Prado has done at the top of the Braves lineup has not gone unnoticed. He was named the National League Player of the Week today for his work last week. Prado hit .367/.387/.667 last week against the Brewers and Diamondback, including 3 homeruns and 11 RBI.

It's actually interesting that he was named the POTW, since he may have been out-produced by his own teammate. Troy Glaus collected a line of .417/.500/.833, and also had 3 homeruns, with 7 RBI. And Eric Hinske topped both of them, hitting .529/.550/.941 with 1 homerun and 8 RBI for the week.

Anyway, congrats to Martin. When you add in the game winning hit  two days ago, and the first Braves grand slam since 2008, he deserves it...

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