Jason Pridie's return to the Bisons didn't last long. The outfielder was activated off the disabled list on Tuesday but was taken out of the game after one inning and one at bat. Pridie was in the starting lineup in centerfield and led the game by grounding out to second base, but was taken out of the lineup and replaced by Lucas Duda. Pridie's right hamstring was sore and manager Ken Oberkfell took him out of the game for precautionary reasons.
Pridie missed 39 games with a right hamstring sprain suffered on May 18 against Charlotte. He played three games with Single-A St. Lucia from June 25-28 and hit .400 (4-for-10) with two runs, a double and a pair of walks.