Latest Update Reddick Reaches Four Times In WC Game Wed Oct, 01, 01:44 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. Is a bit injury-prone.
Reddick ends the season with yet another good night at the plate. He'd been the A's hottest hitter over the final month and it was nice to see him carry it over into the final game of the season. He's a late-round sleeper heading into the 2015 season.Analyst: Spencer Silva
Reddick's .264 average is his highest the past few years, and his power numbers have tailed off since the 2012 outburst. He hit 12 home runs for the second consecutive year, and he fell two RBIs short from matching last year's total. Reddick is a streaky hitter so many people played him while he was hot, and dropped him when slumping. Expect the same next year, as he will hope to return closer to 2012 form next year for Oakland.Analyst: Colby Conway
Injuries have limited Reddick to just 107 games played but after tonight's performance he is now hitting .256 with 51 runs, 12 home runs an 52 RBI.Analyst: Jonathan Impemba
Reddick had a great day at the plate, but unfortunately for the A's, he was unable to come through in the eighth inning when Billy Burns was waiting to be scored from second base to tie the game. It's been a second half resurgence for the careless whisperer; he should be a value pick on draft day next spring. Analyst: Spencer Silva