Reddick posted 15 outfield assists in 2012, which was third in the American League behind a pair of Kansas City outfielders: fellow finalist Francoeur (19) and Alex Gordon (17), who won the AL Gold Glove award for left fielders.
In addition to his defensive prowess, Reddick also put up some terrific numbers at the plate in 2012. Despite posting a .242 batting average and a .305 on-base percentage, he established himself as a legitimate power threat by socking 32 homers and driving in 85 runs. He also went 11-12 in the stolen base department.
Reddick spent the entire 2007 season in Greenville as a 20-year old. He had an outstanding year, as he hit .306 with 18 homers, 72 RBI, eight stolen bases and 19 outfield assists. He also spent the beginning of the 2008 season with the Drive, hitting .340 in 14 games before being promoted.