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Season Stats: .244/.308/.467, .331 wOBA, 83 RBI, 32 HR, 4.6 WAR, 111 wRC+
Nobody on Oakland's roster really stands out as an elite player, but Josh Reddick has quietly had himself a nice year in his first season with the A's.
As you can see, Reddick hasn't really put up any huge numbers this year, but there are two things that make him the A's most valuable player: His ability to hit well for power and his great defense in right field.
On a team in which the biggest weakness is power, Josh Reddick has hit an impressive 32 homers.
In addition, he has one of the best right field arms in all of baseball. He's thrown out 14 baserunners this season, and leads all AL right fielders in UZR (14.6), RngR (13.1) and DRS (22). Don't be surprised to see him take home a Gold Glove next month.