OAKLAND — A's right fielder Josh Reddick capped his injury-ravaged 2013 season by having surgery performed on his right wrist Wednesday.

The surgery, done at Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Mass., by Dr. Mark Belsky, should have Reddick healthy and ready to go come spring training.

The wrist was a problem for Reddick all season. He suffered the initial injury by sliding into a wall in Houston during Oakland's first road series of the year. He went on the disabled list twice in an effort to let the wrist heal, but it never did.

The right fielder, who led the club with 32 homers and 85 RBIs in 2012, was limited to a dozen homers and 56 RBIs while hitting .226.

"It really never left him alone this season,'' manager Bob Melvin said late in the year. "He never wanted to be out of the lineup, but he couldn't help but be hurt by it.''

Reddick is the second A's player to have surgery this offseason. Starting pitcher Sonny Gray had surgery on his left thumb at the Cleveland Clinic on Oct. 18. He, too, is expected to be ready for the start spring training.