Phillies Designate Jason Pridie For Assignment

The Phillies have designated outfielder Jason Pridie for assignment, the club announced.  In a related move, Laynce Nix has been activated from the disabled list.

Pridie, 28, has appeared in just nine games for the Phillies this season after seeing action in 101 games for the Mets in 2011.  The outfielder signed with the A's over the winter but didn't play in a game for them following a 50-game suspension for a drug violation.  Pridie posted a .231/.309/.370 batting line in 236 plate appearances for the Mets last year.


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  1. 1980CHAMPS 3 years ago

    I guess they’re calling up Jonathan Singleton. Oh wait…

    • Jim C 3 years ago

      There’s still Ruf and Greene

      • 1980CHAMPS 3 years ago

        Singleton is only 20 and has a .400 obp in the hardest level of the minors. Ruf is 26.

        • Jim C 3 years ago

          I know but you can’t take anything away from Ruf he is killing it along with Greene who I am praying to continue to tear it up

  2. Blue387 3 years ago

    Never understood why Amaro signed this guy unless he somehow liked Pridie’s .309 OBP in 2011.

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