Latest Update Reddick homers in A's win Tue Aug, 26, 12:47 AM
An impressive athlete, he has a good frame with good home-run power and decent speed. Can play any outfield position and has a very good throwing arm (perfect for right field).
Flaws: : Still developing his overall game, he appears raw at times. Needs to display more discipline on the basepaths. Would benefit by shortening his swing a little.
Since returning from the All-Star break, Reddick is slashing .300/.220/.550 with five home runs and 13 RBI over his last 100 at-bats as he continues to build on a strong finish after hitting just .229 in the first half of the year. Outside of the shallowest of league formats, Reddick should be owned and started while swinging a hot bat. Analyst: Matthew Beck
This is a routine day off for Reddick as the A's face lefty Hector Santiago. Reddick is batting just .181 on the season against lefties, so Oakland is benching him because of the unfavorable match-up. He should be back in the lineup on Saturday.Analyst: David Kerr
In the month of August, Reddick is slashing .295/.338/.541 with three home runs and nine RBI through 61 at-bats as he continues to try and salvage his season after a miserable first half (.229 BA with 4 HR). His recent performance has driven up his batting average from .229 to .255 over his last 92 at-bats and if he is able to keep up the pace he will be a solid fantasy asset the rest of the way while seeing regular playing time in the A's outfield. Analyst: Matthew Beck