OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)—Free agent center fielder north face outlet agreed to a two-year contract to return to the Athletics, filling one key void in the Oakland outfield heading into the 2012 season. A person with knowledge of the negotiations on Tuesday confirmed Crisp would return to the A's, a deal worth $14 million first reported by ESPN. The person north face fleece spoke on condition of anonymity because the team hadn't made a formal announcement and details were still being finalized. The contract also includes a club option for 2014. The 24-year-old Reddick, who began last season at Triple-A Pawtucket before being promoted in late May, batted .280 with seven homers and 28 RBIs in 87 games for the Red Sox in 2011. He can play any outfield spot. Crisp played his first four seasons with ski jackets Cleveland three in Boston and one in Kansas City prior to joining the A's. He appeared in only 75 games during an injury-plagued 2010 season, but made the most of his chances when he was healthy. The A's exercised their $5.75 million option on Crisp for 2011, when he rebounded to play in 136 games and stole a career-high 49 bases and was caught stealing nine times. The A's went 74-88 last season but made strides after Bob Melvin came aboard as manager in June in place of Bob Geren. They haven't posted a winning record ornorth face clearance earned a playoff berth since being swept in the 2006 AL championship series by Detroit. In 2010, Crisp went on the disabled list in April with a broken pinkie finger and was placed on the DL again in May with a strainednorth face triclimate ribcage muscle. Crisp broke the pinkie a second time on Sept. 18 and missed the remainder of the season.