Josh Reddick RF OAK 1 week ago

Reddick went 2-for-4 with a three-run triple in the A's 7-6 loss to the White Sox on Friday night.

Reddick continues to rake as he is now batting .339 to go along with an impressive 28 RBI. The A's will continue to lean on him as a key run producer from the third spot in the batting order.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 2 weeks ago

Reddick has a monster game on Tuesday night, racking up four hits, three RBI and his sixth homer.

The large night moved Reddick up to a .346 average and he now has 25 RBI already on the season, even with missing the first week due to an oblique injury. Reddick is locked into the third spot in the A's lineup right now and has a sparkling 1.010 OPS through his first 104 at-bats.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 2 weeks ago

Reddick hit a three-run bomb in the 4-3 loss to Seattle Friday.

Reddick is just on fire and he's really cut down his strikeout rate to justify his strong play. Reddick now has 20 RBI in just 23 games and is hitting .354, which is impressive considering he has a .249 career average.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 3 weeks ago

Reddick remained red-hot on Sunday against the Rangers, going 2-for-4 with a home run, two RBI, two runs scored and one walk, extending his hitting streak to 11 games.

After returning from an injury absence, Reddick has really hit his stride of late and is hitting .500 during the streak. He will be a fixture in the ever-changing Oakland lineup for as long as he continues to perform at this level.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 3 weeks ago

Reddick had four RBI on Saturday and hit his third homer of the year.

Reddick has moved into the third spot in the order the last two days to fill the void left by the injury to Ben Zobrist. He has been on fire to start the year, now sporting a .385 average with a 1.060 OPS through 65 at-bats.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 3 weeks ago

Reddick will bat third in the order for the second straight game Sunday against the Rangers.

Reddick had typically resided in the six-hole, but now has an opportunity to rack up a few more at-bats in his new spot. He'll be the third option manager Bob Melvin has used there since Ben Zobrist (knee) was placed on the DL. Reddick has certainly been performing like a three-hitter of late, hitting safely in 10 straight games and posting a 1.060 OPS since his return from the disabled list in early-April.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 4 weeks ago

Reddick was 2-for-4 on Tuesday night with his second home run and three RBI.

Reddick missed the first week of the season with an oblique injury, but has been on fire since he returned to the lineup. Reddick is now hitting .360 with a .998 OPS through his first 50 at-bats of 2015. Perhaps the best sign of Reddick's early season success is that he has managed to only strike out four times.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 1 month ago

Reddick went 2-for-2 Saturday with two walks and a run scored.

He's now hitting a cool .500 (11-for-22) over his last seven games. As long as the A's keep Reddick away from same-side pitching, he should be able to stay relatively hot.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 1 month ago

Reddick is out of the lineup Friday against the Astros.

A long series of opposing right-handed pitchers kept Reddick in the lineup for 10 of the team's last 11 games, but he'll sit Friday in favor of Cody Ross in right field with lefty Dallas Keuchel on the bump for Houston. The A's figure to shield Reddick, a career .229/.290/.398 hitter against left-handed pitching, from southpaws as much as possible.

Josh Reddick RF OAK 1 month ago

Reddick is not in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Angels, according to Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle.

Reddick will sit for just the third time this season with the A's taking on Angels southpaw Hector Santiago on Tuesday. Cody Ross will get the start in right field in Reddick's place.