Houston (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Astros made a big splash on Thursday signing free-agent outfielder Josh Reddick to a four-year deal, according to multiple media reports.
Reddick, 29, hit .281 in 2015 with 10 home runs in 115 games between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Oakland Athletics. He is a plus defender who won a gold glove in 2012 as a right fielder. Reddick contributed to the Dodgers in the playoffs, hitting .364 in the NLCS.
The reported salary for Reddick is four-years $52 million dollars.
The Astros add Reddick to Brian McCann as additions to their roster on Thursday. McCann was traded for from the New York Yankees for two minor league players.