Season recap: Josh Reddick had a down year compared to his breakout campaign in Oakland in 2012. He hit .226 with 12 home runs and 55 RBIs in 2013, seeing action in just 114 games due to a wrist injury that hampered him throughout the year.
Red Sox ties: Reddick was a top prospect of the Red Sox since drafting him in 2006. He played 143 games for Boston from 2009-11, mostly as a platoon outfielder. He was traded to Oakland before 2012 in a deal that brought Andrew Bailey to Boston and quickly took off for the A’s, hitting 32 home runs that season and won an AL Gold Glove for his play in right field.