San Francisco Gate "The A’s have no more unsigned arbitration-eligible players – Josh Reddick has agreed to a $2.7 million deal. Reddick had requested $3.25 million in his arbitration filing, while the A’s offered $2 million. A hearing was set for next Wednesday, but as I mentioned this morning on the Drumbeat,..." February 16
#Athletics, RF Josh Reddick likely to split difference on salary figures today. He 's asking $3.25 million; A's offering $2 million.
SB Nation "Josh Reddick Sonny Gray and Jarrod Parker should all be ready for Spring Training in 2014. The results are in for the Oakland Athletics: It'll be surgery for outfielder Josh Reddick and pitcher Sonny Gray and rest for pitcher Jarrod Parker. All three players should be ready for Spring Training..." October 14
As you can see Reddick in today's lineup and so is Callaspo. #Athletics
CBSSports.com "The Oakland Athletics have reinstated outfielder Josh Reddick from the 15-day disabled list the club announced Tuesday. Reddick has been out since Aug. 25 due to a right wrist injury -- one that has plagued him through much of the season causing two disabled list stints. Reddick 26 is only..." September 10
Oakland Tribune "Josh Reddick had just finished talking to the media about his injured right wrist when he said to no one in particular "I should never have slid into that wall." He was referring to the low wall in foul territory in Minute Maid Park in Houston that he slammed into in pursuit of a foul ball..." September 07
No surgery in card for Reddick at least not at the moment. The hope is he can rehab wrist successfully. #Athletics
To make matters worse Reddick has a right wrist sprain again. Getting MRI now.
Oakland Tribune "A's right fielder Josh Reddick apologized via Twitter Tuesday for a May 25 incident in Houston in which a worker at Minute Maid Park in Houston was hit by sunflower seeds thrown by Reddick. The woman used the internet Tuesday to publish a letter..." June 05
MLB.com "Josh Reddick enjoyed another productive rehab game with Triple-A Sacramento on Wednesday, again exiting the outing without any issues in his right wrist. The plan is for Reddick to play in one more game with the River Cats on Thursday and, "if things go well," A's manager Bob Melvin said, the..." May 30
CSN Bay Area "Josh Reddick took batting practice Friday in Houston before Oakland's series opener against the Astros. The A's right fielder appeared to do so without any strain to his injured right wrist, and he's expected to start a rehab assignment with Double-A Stockton on Monday. The rehab stint is..." May 26
Melvin said Reddick will take BP in Houston with #athletics Friday, rehab assignment could be in works. Surgery seems unlikely now.
Reddick likely to wait a week before picking up a bat. If he can't swing a bat soon, he'll make decision on surgery. He's not ruling it out.
San Francisco Chronicle "When the season started, it appeared the A's had too many starting outfielders. Now they don't have enough. With Josh Reddick heading for the disabled list Wednesday, Yoenis Céspedes is the only man still standing from the group of four everyday outfielders - and Céspedes spent 15 days on the..." May 08
Melvin says Reddick is out because of a wrist injury. #athletics
Reddick is coming out of the game. Holding his right arm after crashing into wall while trying to make catch in foul territory.
#Athletics Josh Reddick says L ankle still sore, but set for full workout Sunday and back in game Monday. "No time to take chances," he said
San Francisco Chronicle "The beard stays. That's the word from hairy Josh Reddick, who was challenged on Twitter to a so-called beard-off by WWE superstar Daniel Bryan. Reddick quickly accepted, meaning he and Bryan will go follicle to follicle throughout 2013, and may the bushiest man win. "Why not?" asked Reddick,..." March 06
Oakland Tribune "There's always something about Josh Reddick that creates a buzz, and not just because the A's right fielder looks a little like a tumbleweed with muscles. The Oakland surge in 2012 from 13 games out of first place to winning the American League West had much to do with Reddick, who led the team..." February 16
San Francisco Chronicle "Josh Reddick arrived at Phoenix Municipal Stadium on Friday morning, shaggy beard still in place, and he said that if needed, he'll take on a greater leadership role. Without Jonny Gomes and Brandon Inge, the team's central clubhouse figures last season, the A's might have need of him. "We..." February 16