Heading to Oakland are Jharel Cotton, Frankie Montas, and Grant Holmes.
Hill has arguably been the best pitcher in the American League when healthy, though that last caveat was very important, especially joining a Dodgers staff currently only four deep, with one starter (Bud Norris) dealing with a lat issue one day after leaving his start after two batters.
Hill made a comeback with four late-season starts with the Red Sox, then parlayed that into a one-year deal with the A's. He is 9-3 with a 2.25 ERA in 14 starts this season, with 90 strikeouts and 28 walks in 76 innings.
Hill is on the disabled list with a blister on his finger, but is eligible to be activated as early as Thursday. The Dodgers don't necessarily need a starter to fill in until Friday, or maybe Saturday, depending on the availability of Norris.
Hill is making $6 million this season, with roughly $2,032,787 remaining in 2016.
Reddick is hitting .296/.368/.449 this season with eight home runs and 11 doubles in 68 games for the A's, including .341/.408/.547 against right-handed pitching. Over the last three seasons, the left-handed batter has hit .297/.354/.506 against right-handers, with 36 home runs and 46 doubles in 922 plate appearances.
He missed 34 games in May and June on the disabled list after breaking his left thumb sliding into second base.
Reddick, 29, is making $6.575 million this season per Cot's Contracts, so after Monday has roughly $2,227,596 remaining in 2016.
He is a free agent after the season. Contract extension talks with Oakland didn't progress very far, reported Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle on June 26.
The Dodgers were rumored to be interested in a package of Reddick and Rich Hill on Sunday, per Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports.
Can't wait to start my journey in Dodger blue!!! Let's win a pennant race! .@BMcCarthy32 I need a profile pic.— Josh Reddick (@RealJoshReddick) August 1, 2016