If I'm you, I go McCutch, Colvin, Murphy out of those guys. My reasoning would be that both Colvin and Murph each play 7 games, while the Oakland boys each play 6. Also, as you mentioned, the match-ups Oakland is facing are tough, as well as the parks that they will be playing in. Colvin's home-road splits aren't nearly as drastic as a lot of other Rockies. He actually does pretty evenly comparatively. If he continues to hit near the top of the line-up, he may see a boost in runs with Tulo on his way back. I like Murph for that reason, too. Texas's line-up is always tough, and runs will come no matter where you hit in the order.
I like Crisp as a close number 3, and Reddick 4th. I would take Crisp over Reddick easily if it were me based on the categories you need. I think he will do a better job of providing you with what you're looking for should you decide against Colvin and/or Murphy.