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Reddick was a tough negotiation last season and very well could be this year as well. What’s the struggle? Well, despite being a Gold Glove winning right fielder who is capable of a 30 run season, he’s also capable of a .220 batting average for the year. The case can be made that his second half numbers were more indicative of his true worth to the team but the team really needs to consider the whole package and that first half may hurt him. Reddick should make $3.7 million in 2015 but with two seasons remaining under team control, we may see Reddick on another team sooner than later.
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