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Oakland A's Spring Training Battles: OF

How does Reddick fit into the A's new plans?

Not since Nick Swisher and Milton Bradley were roaming the Oakland A's outfield has the team benefited from good production from its outfielders. The A's are hoping that will change in 2012. We take a look at the A's outfield situation, which now features a number of new faces.

A Look Back At 2011 Willingham was the A's most productive outfielder. The 2011 season began with expectations of a possible playoff push for the Oakland A's. One of the main reasons for optimism about the A's chances at the post-season going into the 2011 season was the team's revamped outfield, as the team had added three veterans to the mix during that off-season. Veteran corner outfielder... Recommended Stories

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