Former Dodgers outfielder Josh Reddick has found a new home, reportedly agreeing to terms on a four-year, $52 million contract with the Astros, per Jeff Passan of Yahoo Sports and Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports.
The deal is pending a physical, and has not yet been announced by the team.
The Dodgers acquired Reddick along with pitcher Rich Hill from the A’s at the non-waiver trade deadline on Aug. 1, in exchange for pitchers Frankie Montas, Jharel Cotton and Grant Holmes.
Reddick’s time in Los Angeles was rather underwhelming, hitting .258/.307/.355 with two home runs, six doubles and nine RBI in 47 games. Overall on the season, Reddick hit .281/.345/.405 with 10 home runs and 17 doubles in 115 days between the A’s and Dodgers.
He was 8-for-26 with a walk and two RBI in the playoffs with the Dodgers, hitting .308/.333/.308.
The lefty-batting, righty-throwing outfielder turns 30 in February.
Reddick made $6.575 million in 2016, of which the Dodgers paid roughly $2.2 million.