Latest Update Reddick will continue to wear knee brace for remainder of season Tue Jul, 22, 06:31 PM
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.
He easily wins the best beard award, too bad it doesn't translate to great hitting numbers. The A's outfielder has really struggled this season and has dealt with multiple injuries that have kept him off the field. He does not deserved to be rostered in 12 team mixed leagues.Analyst: Mark Kaplan
Well, we've been down this road before with Reddick, but hopefully the knee is fully healed at this point. He is expected to be back in the lineup Tuesday and play right field, though the A's lineup has yet to be released at this point in time.Analyst: Howard Bender
Reddick's slash line over 17 Triple-A at bats is a superb .438/.471/.625, leading to the belief that he is ready to return to action. He will wear a brace to protect his knee the balance of the season, and will fight to earn playing time in right field, where Stephen Vogt is currently getting most of the time.Analyst: Ivar G. Anderson
Good news for Reddick, who has been out of action since late June. It's been another frustrating season for Reddick, but he will look to improve his numbers over the next two months. If he can catch fire, he will be an asset for the A's.Analyst: David Kerr