Crisp's agent, Steve Comte, said Wednesday that he has broached the topic of a multiyear deal to the A's.

The A's have signed the center fielder to two contracts, a one-year, $5.2 million deal with a $5.7 million option from 2010 to '11 and a two-year, $14 million deal for 2012-13 with the $7.5 million option for 2014.

With Crisp becoming the A's first 20-20 player (a career-high 22 homers, plus 21 steals) since 1993, his skills do not appear to be in decline at the age of 33. Comte noted that Detroit's Torii Hunter is playing well at 38. Hunter got a two-year, $26 million deal last year.

"Coco has said he likes playing in Oakland, and he's a team leader and a face of the franchise," Comte said.

Also Wednesday, outfielder Josh Reddick had scheduled surgery on his right wrist. Dr. Mark Belsky performed the cartilage and ligament debridement surgery in Newton, Mass. Reddick is expected to be recovered for spring training.